NEXUS Strengthens Its International Involvement in Diagnostics

High-quality, structured diagnosis as well as the integration of imaging methods and signal processing are important prerequisites in medical diagnostics and decisive for the success of treatment today. 

NEXUS is regarded as an innovative HIS provider and is at the same time the market leader in many special diagnostic solutions. This applies in particular to radiology, pathology, cytology, ophthalmology, gastroenterology, cardiology and gynecology.

With the acquisition of approx. 93% of the shares in RVC Medical IT, which is based in Amersfoort, Netherlands, and Freiburg, Germany, we have further strengthened our expertise in this area and gained the leading provider of clinical “Enterprise Imaging Software” in the Dutch market for NEXUS. With approx. 70 employees, the company has a market share of 50% in the Netherlands and simultaneously markets its products in Belgium and Germany.


NEXUS is gaining a recognized and internationally active team of experts for structured diagnostic diagnosis and image processing in hospitals with RVC Medical IT. The company has excellent know-how in clinical processes in specialist departments and in the integration of imaging devices.


In the future, RVC will benefit from the knowledge transfer and synergy effects of the NEXUS Group, thus further accelerating our common growth path and internationalization.


“We expect great collaboration on technical and operational levels, but also access to new customer groups,” Joost van Geijn CEO of RVC Medical IT stated about the reorientation of the company.


RVC will remain an independent company with its sites and will actively exploit synergies of the NEXUS Group within the context of an integration project.

Dr. Ingo Behrendt, Chief Executive Officer of Nexus AG: “The RVC team will make an important contribution to making NEXUS diagnostic solutions even more international, complete and innovative. We are looking forward to this collaboration and to working with the dedicated teams in Holland, Belgium and Germany."