Welcome to x-tention Germany
x-tention Germany is the leading digitalization partner on the German eHealth market. The company was created from the merger between x-tention Informationstechnologie GmbH and InterComponentWare GmbH (ICW) on 01 March 2022. Under the leadership of Managing Directors Dr Ralf Brandner, Bernhard Kronsteiner and Herbert Stöger, around 90 experienced staff support all our German clients from offices in Heidelberg, Berlin and Augsburg.
Our portfolio covers IT integration and -digitalization measures for hospitals that comply with the German Hospital Future Act (KHZG)
Our solutions support healthcare data processing, enable institutions to share data securely, and facilitate digital cooperation between service providers and patients. They improve communication between stakeholders in the treatment process. As a complete solutions provider we support our clients with cutting-edge digitalization solutions, from consulting and software development to implementation and operation.
Optimum solutions for the German Hospital Future Act and TI integration
Our core services in Germany are IT integration and software development. We have put our most important software products together to form the Orchestra eHealth Suite. It consists of powerful, mutually compatible modules that allow you to create tailored eHealth solutions. We use them to develop customized patient portals for hospitals, for instance, and OmniConnect enables us to integrate existing systems with the various specialized applications of the telematics infrastructure (TI). In addition, many of our products and services are eligible for funding in accordance with the German Hospital Future Act and can be implemented right away.
Security is top priority
x-tention Germany also offers customized security concepts and services for service providers in critical infrastructures, focusing on information security and data protection solutions. Read here more about our IT-Security and Data Protection solutions.
Management x-tention Germany: Dr. Ralf Brandner, Bernhard Kronsteiner, Herbert Stöger