Our History

  • sense® is becoming eHealth Solutions

    sense® is changed into eHealth Solutions with infrastructure, applications and mobilen apps for a comprehensive network.

  • Expansion at US market

    Integration of sense® in the Siemens syngo product portfolio. Market launch of syngo.share on the US market

  • Further internationalisierung

    New customers in Spain, Switzerland, Italy for syngo.share and other ELGA installations in Austria with sense®

  • Responsibilities on many ELGA institutions

    New cutomers in other European countries: The United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway. Expansion of market leadership to ELGA institutions in Austria with sense®.

  • Combined sense® and syngo.share project

    sense® and syngo.share are combined in a large-scale international project

  • Assumption of sales processes

    Acquisition of global sales for the products sense® and syngo.share by Siemens

  • First combined networking project

    Start of the IHE-compliant solutions syngo.share and sense® in the networking project GNT Health Network Tyrol

  • Research project: health@net

    Acquisition of the research project health@net into the newly created area of e-health solutions and set up of the product family sense® - smart ehealth solutions

  • Merging

    Merging of ITH and icoserve into ITH icoserve technology for healthcare GmbH with the participation of Siemens and TILAK (today: Tirol Kliniken)

  • KIS-projects

    Involvement in numerous KIS projects around the world (including Saudi Arabien)

  • Advanced Image Management

    Commissioning of one of the largest multimedia archives in European clinics at university clinics with the icoserve solution AIM Advanced Image Management (now: syngo.share)

  • KIS-Implementations at the provincial hospitals

    7Commissioning of one of the most comprehensive KIS implementations worldwide at the provincial hospitals - Innsbruck University Hospitals. Continued further expansion of the KIS implementations

  • Founding

    Founding of ITH information technology for healthcare GmbH with the participation of Siemens and TILAK (today: Tirol Kliniken)