Meet CSAM Fertsoft at the Danish Fertility Conference, Nyborg, Denmark (March 12-13)
CSAM Fertsoft is excited to participate at the Danish Fertility Conference (link) expo at Nyborg Strand Hotel, Nyborg, Denmark, March 12th-13th.
What will we feature?
CSAM Fertsoft – Complete care and practice management software for ART clinics
CSAM Fertsoft helps clinics make use out of patient and treatment data and make informed treatment decisions based on statistics and research.
CSAM Rises Above the Competition at Vitalis 2018
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, and launch the company’s newest product CSAM CIMA (clinical imaging mobile application).
CSAM Launches New Clinical Imaging Mobile Application at Vitalis
CSAM CIMA brings the power of clinical imaging to a user’s mobile device
OSLO, Norway – 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,
CSAM is coming to Vitalis!
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.
CSAM Hosts Two-Day AMIS User Conference
Over the past 20 years, CSAM 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,