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Johnson & Johnson acquires German software company SPI

siliconreview Johnson & Johnson acquires German software company SPI

By structuring, digitalization and automation of medical processes the vision of SPI is to establish optimal medical standards in order to bring in line the utmost outcome quality and economic efficiency. Johnson & Johnson has recently announced their decision to acquire the German software company Surgical Process Institute (SPI), to improve patient outcomes and operating room efficiency by reducing variability in surgical procedures. This acquisition can help both the companies to improve the services that it provides in the medical field. SPI is well known for its services offered in the surgical operations as it reduced the time spend in the operating room and incorporates high standard of patient care.

SPI's Surgical Procedure Manager (SPM) proprietary software solution, best-in-class surgical standards are now able to be utilized across all teams leading to improved operating room utilization and efficiency, but also to more consistent outcome and a better patient experience. The aim of the acquisition is to support Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies digitization strategy and its ambitions to deliver exceptional patient outcomes through the development and implementation of new and upcoming technologies. With advances in technology and the new methodologies implemented the quality of services offered to the patients can be improved to a greater extent. The patients should get the best available treatments no matter where they are and what processes they go through. This is the basic idea behind the acquisition.