Medanets, the leading provider of mobile point-of-care software solutions in the Nordic countries, has appointed Stefan Sjögren as the Global Sales Director.
The new K Wing of South Karelia Central Hospital has been phased in. The K wing wards utilise auxiliary instrumentation in line with current technology, which allows the browsing and filing of patient data via mobile device immediately while with the patient.
Miia Laitinen joined our team to test our solutions and thus to increase the quality of our operations. The objective of this is to find any deviations at the earliest possible stage so that no problems will appear when the application is being used.
Reima Ahola began working as Key Account Manager at Medanets, taking the lead in sales across Finland with the support of his colleagues, Veli Juola and Juha-Matti Ranta.
“The five rights”: This is how many things should go right in order to be able to ascertain proper medication treatment. If you wish to put closed loop medication administration in order, electronic verification should be used to ascertain “the five rights”.
Tampere University Hospital introduced National Early Warning Score (NEWS) system by utilising Medanets application at more than ten inpatient wards.
Kuopio University Hospital (KUH) introduced the point-of-care mobile filing application developed by Medanets. The application has already been well used with a great number of entries made at the units.
The privacy of individuals has been at the heart of our solution design from the outset—in practice for more than ten years. A system enabling professionals to view and process patient data must be designed so that it can be accessed securely.
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.