For expectant mothers, pregnancy should be a time of anticipation, preparation and enjoyment. During the process of pre-natal, birth and post-natal care, most mothers require numerous visits with different maternity healthcare professionals, including midwives, primary care professionals, and specialists. Between these healthcare professionals and the expectant mother, thousands of elements of information need to be tracked and shared.
CSAM has built a solid platform for continued growth in the Nordic and European specialised eHealth solutions market with an active mergers and acquisition (M&A) strategy that focuses on niche software ownership and geographical expansion.
The company’s unique strength lies in its ability to not only identify and acquire the right businesses but to effectively buy,
Across the world, innovative technologies have driven digital transformation in healthcare, redefining how healthcare is accessed and delivered. From GPS navigation in ambulances to mobile health apps at your fingertips, technology has enabled greater access to services, improved quality of care, and enhanced the efficiency of healthcare organisations.
This digital transformation began in earnest with the introduction and proliferation of computers in healthcare organisations.
Today, technology is a critical part of healthcare – from a hospital’s general administration and electronic patient records to the most specialised healthcare provider’s workflow. eHealth technology is so ubiquitous, it is hard to imagine that just a few decades ago, many of the systems we now take for granted did not exist.
In the early 1980s,
With the rise of chronic illness and an ageing population, healthcare systems across the globe are challenged by the need to provide quality patient care while containing costs. Niche eHealth solutions can play a critical role in helping solve these healthcare challenges, but there is more to success than just good technology. Companies must also be able to commercialise their solutions in a highly complex and rapidly evolving market.
Technological innovation, customer consolidation, and increased regulation are hallmarks of today’s eHealth landscape. While these markets trends bring challenges, they also offer unprecedented opportunities for companies to thrive, expanding their product offerings and the markets they serve.
Over the past five years, CSAM transformed its business model to meet the needs of this evolving eHealth marketplace.
The use of mobile technology has rapidly expanded in healthcare organisations, transforming many aspects of clinical practice, from medical education to patient care. Within the field of clinical imaging, mobile technology has the potential to enhance media capture and documentation, support better clinical decision-making and improve patient outcomes.
However, in this highly complex and regulated environment,
Having a baby is one of life’s greatest moments. It can also be an overwhelming experience. For expectant mothers, proper care and health during pregnancy and birth will have long-lasting effects on their child’s health.
To ensure the healthy development and security of their developing baby, women see a variety of healthcare professionals on their journey from pre- to post-natal care.
From a small accident or fire to a complex disaster, when an emergency strikes, fast, reliable and accurate communication is needed immediately. No matter the size of the incident, many different emergency organizations may be involved, including emergency call centre personnel, paramedics or firefighters, and healthcare professionals at the hospital.
Effective decision making in emergencies relies on all of these emergency response professionals having access to the right information at the right time.
A cancer diagnosis is life changing. For most patients, treatment is complex, involving a variety of medications that may include chemotherapy, immunotherapy or hormone therapy, as well as supportive medications such as anti-emetics. The drugs used to treat cancer are aggressive and can cause serious adverse effects if the dosage is too high or be ineffective in treating the disease if the dosage is not high enough.