When CSAM ProSang launched more than 50 years ago to a small number of users in Sweden, it was hard to imagine the product would grow to become the leading blood, cell, and tissue management solution in Scandinavia.
The story of CSAM ProSang – an advanced Laboratory Information System (LIS) that simplifies the entire management of blood,
CSAM delivered an impactful and highly successful program at this year’s Vitalis conference – the largest eHealth conference in Sweden. The three-day event provided an ideal venue for CSAM to meet with existing and potential customers, make a strong connection between its leading products (Picsara, ProSang, Cytodose and Partus) and the CSAM brand,
CSAM is pleased to announce the appointment of Linus Fred to the position of Managing Director for CSAM Sweden. In his new role, Linus will be responsible for all of CSAM’s operations in the Swedish market.
“Linus has shown tremendous leadership in his short time at CSAM,” said Sverre Flatby, CEO. “His combined experience in sales,
CSAM CIMA brings the power of clinical imaging to a user’s mobile device
OSLO, Norway(April 24, 2018) – CSAM, the leading provider of niche eHealth solutions in the Nordics, is pleased to announce the launch of CSAM CIMA, the company’s first-ever clinical imaging mobile application. The CSAM CIMA app simplifies and secures the process of capturing,
Paratus technology will strengthen CSAM’s position in the emergency and acute market
OSLO, Norway (April 23, 2018) – CSAM announced today that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Saab’s Paratus emergency response business. Certain standard closing conditions apply; the transaction is estimated to be completed on May 31, 2018.
CSAM is pleased to announce the appointment of Jennifer Goode to the position of Communications Director. In her new role, Jennifer will be responsible for all internal and external communications at CSAM.
“Building CSAM’s brand and reputation is a key focus for the company across all markets, and I am excited to have Jennifer on-board to drive our continued progress in this area,” said Sverre Flatby,
CSAM – the company behind ProSang, Picsara, Partus and Cytodose – and the leading provider of niche eHealth solutions in the Nordics will be displaying its innovative specialized solutions at Vitalis 2018.
Vitalis is the largest eHealth conference in Sweden and takes place from April 24 to 26 at the Swedish Exhibition and Conference Centre in Gothenburg.
Over the past 20 years, CSAM Health has developed the most comprehensive portfolio of pre-hospital emergency solutions in the Nordics, with its AMIS suite of products. AMIS is designed to support all aspects of emergency management, including Emergency Medical Communications Centres (EMCCs), mobile units such as ambulances, and emergency departments.
In an emergency,
CSAM Health AS Announces Agreement to Acquire Databyrån AB
The agreed Acquisition of ProSang company strengthens CSAM’s position as the leading provider of specialized solutions in the Nordic eHealth Market.
Specialized Technology Enables Life-Saving Emergency Medical Response (EMR)
In a medical emergency, every second counts, and just a few minutes can mean the difference between life and death.
CSAM is pleased to announce the appointment of Rolf-Henry Grønlund to the position of Group Sales Director. In his new role, Rolf-Henry will be responsible for delivering organic sales growth across the full breadth of CSAM products, in both existing and new markets.
– I am thrilled to welcome Rolf-Henry to CSAM, said Sverre Flatby,
Healthcare systems around the world are transforming, driven by the demand from consumers for more patient-centred care, a desire by healthcare professionals to provide improved quality and efficiency of care, and the need of payers to stem the rising costs of healthcare delivery. Improving the healthcare system on all fronts requires increased information sharing through connected healthcare technologies that provide access to important patient information across various healthcare facilities and providers.
Over the past decade, technological innovations have transformed most industries, including healthcare. From medical devices to software, digital technology is revolutionizing the way healthcare is delivered – in hospitals, in communities, and in your home. In the Nordic countries, the healthcare business is ahead of the curve when it comes to IT adoption. Now, connectivity,
CEO Sverre Flatby gave a speech in Oslo Spektrum during EHiN in 2016 – the biggets eHealth conference in Norway.
The main EHiN topic was the future of healthcare and how it will impact all software vendors in the healthcare industry.
– The fast-changing eHealth software industry faces huge challenges due to on-going customer consolidation,
Through its third acquisition in 18 months, CSAM now leads the way towards an integrated Maternity eHealth platform for the Nordic countries.
CSAM has been a leading maternity software vendor for many years, and following the acquisition of Finnish software company MediWare Oy, we now witness the birth of a true collaborative maternity platform for the Nordics.
Tuesday, June 21st, 2016
CSAM acquires MediWare Oy
Norwegian based eHealth company CSAM is pleased to announce that it has acquired Finnish Maternity software company MediWare Oy.
“Through this acquisition, CSAM becomes the leading dedicated eHealth specialist within the Maternity field in the Nordics.”,
Friday, January 29th, 2016
CSAM Announces Closing of Mawell eSystems Acquisition
CSAM Health AS is pleased to announce that it has completed its acquisition of Finnish company Mawell Oy’s eHealth product division; eSystems. Mawell eSystems is one of the few Nordic based eHealth software divisions that has been successful in exporting eHealth software and over the years developed a robust and diversified customer base.
The merger of CSAM and Finnish Mawell’s eSystem division January 29th 2016 has yielded a powerful Nordic eHealth company with a wide range of competitive and complementary products.
Unlike many local suppliers of clinical systems, CSAM’s distribution of software solutions is now balanced between Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland in addition to a carefully growing export outside the Nordics.
CSAM is entering the acute medicine and emergency area. As a first step, CSAM today acquired the Norwegian independent software company AMIS AS.
CSAM is already the Scandinavian market leader within software for Maternity and Cancer treatment. Through the acquisition of AMIS, CSAM establishes a new business vertical,
In connection with the acquisition of AMIS AS, CSAM has entered into a partnership with the well-reputed Swedish company Saab.
The combination of Saab’s control room platform and CSAMs integration and eHealth knowledge, creates a strong Nordic constellation, which will help to solve urgent business challenges now and in the future.
CSAM is nominated as one of the Norwegian “National Champions” of European Business Awards (EBA). Based on the fact that CSAM has achieved profitable growth, created innovative products and succeeded with viable development within the eHealth market CSAM was nominated as the only eHealth company in Norway. CSAM was established through innovations processes and hard work within Norwegian hospitals.
Priveq Investment Fund IV (”Priveq Investment”) will, through the holding company CSAM Invest AS, inject capital in CSAM Health AS (”CSAM”), a leading provider of software to healthcare providers in Norway and Sweden.
Sunday 30 March 2014 at 1:00 p.m. marked an historic milestone in Norwegian maternity care. From now on all births in Norwegian hospitals will be registered on fully digital systems, using CSAM’s maternity software. The first “digital” baby was born at Oslo University Hospital shortly afterwards, at 2.50pm. Prior to this its maternity department had still relied on paper documentation for some of its records.
Birth, the first stage of the human life cycle, is critical to how we live and age. In Norway, CSAM’s homeland, over 60,000 babies will be born in 2014. Increasing life expectancy means that many of those born will have long lives, resulting in a major demographic shift. This is a global trend.
In 2013, in our home market of Norway alone, more than 200,000 persons have or have had cancer. This is around three times as many as in 1980. Each year roughly 30,000 new cases of cancer are diagnosed, as opposed to 14,000 in 1980.
The health service is currently dependent upon good IT solutions in order to produce and deliver healthcare services. At the same time, the health service is undergoing enormous changes as a result of demanding challenges within the sector as a whole.
Healthcare systems in all countries are undergoing constant change, thereby greatly increasing the needs, requirements and expectations of authorities, patients and those who work in the healthcare service.