In order to keep up with the progress, Medanets has to ensure the scalability of both technology and personnel. As a result during April, the Medanets product development team gained leading expertise in the form of two software designers.
This year’s Medanets User Days were held in April in Tampere. The event gathered participants from nine different hospital districts around Finland. The event was successful and the feedback we received has been heart-warming.
Medanets has started operations outside Finland. To ensure greater market potential, the features of the Medanets App need to be further developed, however.
The Hospital District of Southwest Finland is the first Finnish special healthcare operator to expansively introduce point-of-care mobile medication feature. Through this feature
The Hospital District of Southwest Finland has been using Medanets mobile point-of-care solutions since 2015. Now the users of these mobile solutions, or digital caregivers, are talking about the suitability of mobile tools to their care giving routines.
The year 2018 began at a brisk pace at Medanets. In January, our team grew by two new members. This growth is based on the expansion of our operations in several different areas.
This spring you can meet us at the following events: Framtidens Sjukhus, Future Hospital, Nursing Congress & Exhibition, Vitalis, Social & Healthcare ICT Conference and HIMSS.
Medanets takes a step forward in its international efforts by expanding its operations into Sweden. We established our Swedish office in Gothenburg, and the first employee has already started his duties.
The Central Finland Health Care District (CFHCD) has expanded the use of Medanets solutions. During 2017, access was expanded to new units and some new functions were also introduced. In addition to these changes, a new intended use for mobile documentation was discovered.
Electronic Health Records have enabled significant change to the healthcare system as patient data can be found in aggregated electronic form instead of among piles of paper. But what happens when such systems crash? Will the whole foundation of patient safety crash?