Two more startups presented their solutions before the audience voted for their favourite.
Petteri Hirvonen, Chief Medical Officer at Klinik Healthcare Solutions, presented their AI-powered online solution to handle the triage and patient flows more efficiently. After the patient has described the symptoms in an easy-to-use online service, the medical AI identifies the primary health issue and its urgency, and directs the patient to the right care path.
”We are currently live in Finland, the United Kingdom, Ireland and Portugal,” said Hirvonen and adds that a funding round is on the way.
Juhana Ojala, Co-Founder and CEO at VideoVisit Global, had the new standard of video visits in mind. As Covid-19 has limited healthcare, remote services step in. The company’s holistic platform covers primary care, social care and secondary hospital care, and it combines remote patient monitoring, online doctor consultations and virtual care services. For example, the city of Helsinki has saved 10 million euros annually with 1,000 clients using virtual home care.
”Already over 200 municipalities and healthcare and hospital districts use our platform in Finland. We are also present in the Baltics and United Kingdom and the Nordic expansion on the way,” ended Ojala.
The aftertalk was vivid, and all startups and companies were praised. The audience’s choice this time was KAMU Health’s asthma solution. Congrats!
Juha Paakkola saw a lot of potential in the data it provides. ”It can change the way people are treated. Also the Covid-19 impact monitoring is groundbreaking on long-term,” finished Paakkola.
Text: Katja Alaja
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