Integration evolves the possibilities between the Nordic regions and municipalities. This will increase care quality, system efficiency and staff satisfaction.
Social care and healthcare in the Nordic regions are evolving, driven by demands for higher quality of care and with limited resources. This can be achieved thanks to integration, which can drastically improve efficiency and patient care.
Citizen care varies greatly, from pharmacies to university hospitals, from specialty clinics to home care. The variety of systems contributes to complexity and waste, but integrated care can improve patient services while optimizing resources.
Many modern tools and processes have already been proven effective in other industries. Now we can use solutions such as the cloud, machine learning and data analytics to optimize the total care for the Nordic citizen.
We are experienced both with innovative modern tools and processes, as well as the social care and healthcare environment in the Nordics. We can help you improve efficiency, quality and satisfaction for your staff and citizens.
Managing Director, Tietoevry Care
A smooth flow of information and integration among different levels of care will increase the quality of care that citizens receive and improve their satisfaction.
Complexity, bureaucracy and silos make our social and healthcare slow and wasteful. Integration of processes and systems allow us to improve efficiency, saving time and resources.
Integration can make the jobs of our social care and healthcare staff easier. It allows them to focus on individual instead of complicated and unnecessary tasks.
Social care and healthcare in the Nordic region consist of a variety of systems. We can help you choose the integration solutions that fit your precise needs. As laws change and our care systems evolve you can add more solutions in a modular fashion, as appropriate. We can help you use data safely and effectively, improving everything from scientific research to peoples’ involvement in their care.
The process of integration in social care and healthcare is not dependent upon specific platforms. You are not locked in. Instead, integration happens in ecosystems, where the right partners provide the specific solutions for your needs. Your existing legacy systems are not an obstacle for integrating care.
The digital services which have been proven in the public and private sectors can be applied to improve social care and healthcare. Patients can make appointments, access online counseling and track treatment on their phones, for example. Social workers can optimize their schedules, automate simple tasks and even receive help from machine learning.
An integrated system is a more usable system. It reduces complexity, such as by eliminating unnecessary tasks and automating repetitive ones. It also aims to be easy and intuitive to use. This is not only important for social care and healthcare staff, who need to use the system every day, but also for patients who might not be used to digital services or have physical or cognitive impairments.