Simple, efficient, secure: That’s what digital healthcare solutions need to be. In our core fields Clinical IT, Cloud and IT Security, and E-Health, we develop innovations that connect all the players and make their work and lives easier, built on the foundation of state-of-the-art IT infrastructure. This is what Telekom Healthcare Solutions (THS) stands for. With our own e-health services, partners, acquisitions, and start-ups, we are now among Europe’s market leaders in healthcare ICT. We are constantly expanding: For example, T-Systems SFPH GmbH has become Deutsche Telekom Clinical Solutions GmbH, and joins Deutsche Telekom Clinical Solutions GmbH under the umbrella brand name “Telekom Healthcare Solutions.” All healthcare units worldwide are managed under the THS umbrella. The THS portfolio includes a broad range of solutions. The product range includes IT solutions for medical care to administrative systems for hospital billing, financial accounting, human resources, and IT operations. THS also offers IT security and portal solutions. Over 700 healthcare specialists, including doctors, caregivers, IT specialists, economists, health scientists, engineers, researchers, and data scientists make up the THS team.
Digitalization is not just a game of ones and zeroes for us, but is a demonstrably necessary part for better health care. Even the best expertise needs security, which is deeply ingrained at THS. Our parent company Deutsche Telekom supports the highest standards, such as hosting in conformance with EU-GDPR and numerous international certifications. For a good reason: Cyberattacks against healthcare facilities are on the rise, causing millions of euros in damage on average. To protect our customers, we use the security tools, knowledge, and experience of our Security Operation Center. Our in-house solutions are based on our German data centers and enable us to run customer systems from a central location, including hospital information system (HIS) or cloud-based software as a service (SAAS). Digitalization changes everything. The healthcare system is undergoing a paradigm shift to decentralized, intersectoral data exchange. We bundle competencies in healthcare and ICT as a strategic growth area for healthcare networking. Our motto: Make healthcare easy—with heart, mind, and hands. Future-proof.
iMedOne® including mobile app.
One of the largest telemedicine studies in the world.
For secure access to the German telematics infrastructure.
We are driving digitalization forward—intentionally, systematically, cooperatively. We focus on areas where healthcare can be improved.
We are developing digital health applications and services with the overall goal of improving healthcare delivery.
Cloud & infrastructure
Our in-house data centers manage your IT, allowing you to focus on patient care.
We operate the best network and provide you with fast and secure access to your data and applications.
Security is anchored in all of our applications, based on the tools and experience of our Security Operation Center.
Managing Director and Spokeswoman of the Board of Management
Deutsche Telekom Healthcare and Security Solutions GmbH
Janine Haschke has been a member and Spokesperson of the Management Board of Deutsche Telekom Healthcare & Security Solutions GmbH since July 2022. At the same time, as Vice President, she manages the two Business Areas "Emerging Industries" and "Health" in the Portfolio Unit Digital Solutions within T-Systems International GmbH.
Janine Haschke has been with the Telekom Group for 24 years. She joined Deutsche Telekom in 2002 from debis Systemhaus International GmbH in Eschborn, where she was a board member in the "Enterprise Services" delivery center, when debis Systemhaus and T-Systems International GmbH merged. This was followed by various management positions in industry units of T-Systems, such as Manufacturing or Transport and Logistics. Janine Haschke was responsible for contracts with major customers such as Deutsche Post DPDHL, Shell and EON and has many years of experience with digitization projects for major international customers such as the European Central Bank.
During her career, the manager has supported various large companies with matrix and line organizations in the introduction of new agile organizational and cooperation models, as well as managing the establishment and design of new business units. In 2020, Janine Haschke played a decisive role in the transformation of Digital Solutions, when the Digital, Dedicated and Health portfolio units were consolidated.
Deutsche Telekom Healthcare and Security Solutions GmbH
Since January 2017, Peter Böttcher has been a member of the management board of Telekom Healthcare & Security Solutions GmbH. Previously, he served for ten years as Vice President Commercial Management & Complex Deals at our parent company T-Systems International GmbH. In this position, he was responsible for commercial support of international outsourcing projects and mergers & acquisitions transactions (M&A) for big deals at T-Systems.
Peter Böttcher holds a degree in economics from the Ruhr University in Bochum. He has over 18 years of experience in M&A, strategic management, and corporate finance. Böttcher started his career in Berlin at the law firm of Haarmann, Hemmelrath & Partner, where he was responsible for auditing and M&A transactions. Between 2001 and 2005, Peter Böttcher took over commercial support of international outsourcing transactions in the IT field as a manager at the consulting firm Accenture. M&A deals, financial planning, and financial deal shaping were also part of his responsibilities in this position.
Deutsche Telekom Clinical Solutions GmbH
Since February 2014, Michael Waldbrenner has been managing director at Deutsche Telekom Clinical Solutions GmbH, formerly Brightone GmbH. Since 2013 he had been responsible for the healthcare IT sector as managing director at Brightone GmbH. With many years of experience as an international manager, he is an expert in the fields of change management and market entry strategies.
His career as an entrepreneur began in 1984 when he founded the IT company Waldbrenner, which became Tieto at the end of 2005. From 2006 to 2013, he worked in various areas of the company and held management positions, including as Director Global Sourcing in India and Director Healthcare in the Czech Republic, where he built up the healthcare business and its market entry. Most recently, he managed the Healthcare Central Europe unit at Tieto as Vice President and was responsible for activities in Europe.