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A

Abbott, Diabetes Care
Abbott, Diagnostics Division

Alere Oy

Alcon Oy
Abena Finland Oy
Algol Diagnostics
Algol-Trehab
Ambu A/S, sivuliike Suomessa
Applied Medical Distribution Europe B.V. - sivuliike Suomessa
Argon Medical Devices Danmark A/S
Articular Ab/Osteo-Tech Ab
Ascensia Diabetes Care
AVK-Pinto

B

B. Braun Medical
Bard Finland
Baxter Oy
Becton Dickinson
G.W. Berg & Co
Berner Pro
Bio Femma Oy/Kaihlaset Oy 
bioMérieux Suomi

Bio-Rad
Boston Scientific Suomi
BSN Medical Ab

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Camp Scandinavia Oy / Camp Mobility
Carbonex
Cardinal Health Finland Oy
Carestream Health Finland
Coloplast Oy 
ConvaTec
Cook Medical Finland

D

Dansac & Hollister Scandinavia
Dentsply IH Oy

 

E

Edwards Lifesciences Nordic Ab
Emicaid
Endomed Oy
Endotec

F

Fluorplast
Fresenius Medical Care Suomi

H

Haltija Oy
Heraeus Medical Ab

G

Getinge Group

I

ICF Group

Immuno Diagnostic

Iogen Oy

J

Johnson & Johnson

K

KiiltoClean Oy

L

Labema

Laerdal

M

Maquet Finland
Meda

Medibay Oy
Medidyne Oy
Mediplast Fenno Oy
Mediplast Sataside Oy
Mediq Suomi Oy
Mediteam
Medix Biochemica
Medtronic Finland
Mekalasi 

Merivaara

Merck Millipore
Mölnlycke Health Care

O

Olympus Finland
OneMed 
Orion Diagnostica

P

Pamark Oy
Pedihealth Oy
PerkinElmer Finland
Philips, Healthcare

R

Resmed Finland
Respecta
Roche Diagnostics

S

SCA Hygiene Products
Serres
Siemens Healhcare Oy
Sigma-Aldrich Finland
Smith & Nephew

Soleus Oy
Sonar
Steripolar
St. Jude Medical Finland
Stryker, Finland, sivuliike Suomessa
Suomen 3M
Suomen Sairaalatukku

T

Terumo Sweden AB, sivuliike Suomessa

Thermo Fisher Scientific
Thermo Fisher Scientific Phadia Oy 

V

Risto Vesalainen
Verman
Vestek

W

Walki Medical Oy
Wellspect Healthcare
Wipak
VWR International

Z

Zimmer Biomet Finland 

WANTED: Smarter use of Health Data in reforming the Health Care processes

30.05.17 07:48

Health data is changing the game in the health sector. Health systems in many countries are trying to improve their use of patient data by offering the possibility to be proactive with health risks, preventing illnesses and reducing the costs in both private and public health care. In Finland we will see the most exciting innovations taking place at the interaction of public and private sectors.

New technology and entrepreneurship have also stimulated rapid development of new companies, innovative health services, and vibrant innovation clusters. In Finland we are in a very good positon to advance digital health-related research and businesses and therefore promote overall health of the population.

"Our demographic development forces us to think of new ways to provide healthcare services more efficiently. We are on our way to a system where patients are at the center of health care," said Minister of Social Affairs and Health Pirkko Mattila at the Health Transformations Conference at Aalto University in Otaniemi on Tuesday 23 May.
"We have a long tradition and extremely good coverage of electronic health records. Our national infrastructure gives us a good possibility to collect and share information among all social and health providers," said Mattila.


"At Aalto University we have identified this topic as one of the three key challenges to be solved by collaboration between and across disciplines. ICT and digitalization combined with technology, design and business will allow us to make major contributions in examining how smarter use of data can improve health and well-being – and stimulate the economy," said Tuula Teeri, President of Aalto University.

Focus on the patient, outcome-based care, eHealth and exponential development were the key themes at the Health Transformations Conference. Several fresh approaches for the use of digital health were served by senior policy makers, researchers and executives across the EU.
Artificial Intelligence is one of the most inspiring and promising uses of health data we see. In healthcare applications, artificial intelligence analyses all available data in a few seconds and improves the accuracy of the diagnosis.

"Digital health, including smarter use of data and Artificial Intelligence technology, for example, will provide opportunities for innovations in both private and public sector. This will, no doubt, have a significant economic impact. We will see the most exciting innovations taking place at the interaction of public and private sectors," said Pekka Soini, Director General of Tekes.

Understanding the impact of technology on health care is important. Even though technology is advancing rapidly, we must remember that the true aim is improved health and wellbeing, not the technology or the data itself. This is importanst especially for us Finns as forerunners in the digital health sector.
It is crucial to develop collaboration and synergy between pharma and medtech industry. We should develop common platforms and paths which helps our patients to reach right, innovative cure and solutions in right time, says Managing Director Laura Simik of Sailab, an alliance for international and national medtech companies in Finland.

It is crucial to develop collaboration and synergy between pharma and medtech industry. We should develop common platforms and paths which helps our patients to reach right, innovative cure and solutions in right time, says Managing Director Laura Simik of Sailab, an alliance for international and national medtech companies in Finland.

Artikkeli jatkuu:

https://www.tekes.fi/en/whats-going-on/news-2017/wanted-smarter-use-of-health-data-in-reforming-the-health-care-processes/

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