Klinik attracts interest in Sweden

 

At the end of April, Klinik participated in Vitalis, the largest eHealth event in the Nordic countries, which was held in Gothenburg. According to the head of sales at Klinik, Jari Hänninen, Klinik has attracted interest among potential customers in the Nordic countries. “We have the advantage of extensive experience in the use of the product in Finland, which means that we have proof of its effectiveness”, says Hänninen.

Klinik’s experience in Finland is valuable information for prospective buyers.

The healthcare systems in other Nordic countries are built in much the same way as the Finnish one, so, according to Hänninen, Klinik’s experience in Finland is valuable information for prospective buyers.

We have a feeling that Finland is slightly ahead of the other Nordic countries in incorporating artificial intelligence into healthcare.

The main theme of the Vitalis event in 2018 was the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare, and the main focus was on primary healthcare. “We have a lot to say specifically on these topics. We have a feeling that Finland is slightly ahead of the other Nordic countries in incorporating artificial intelligence into healthcare. The need for services such these has been recognised elsewhere, too, and our service was welcomed here as a viable option”, says Hänninen.

The Vitalis event featured 180 exhibitors, 4,500 visitors, and 200 seminars and other public events exploring the theme of healthcare digitalisation. The event visitors included experts and other practitioners in the field of healthcare, and decision-makers from both the private and the public sectors. Twitter: @VitalisKonf

 

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