Connected Health Cluster joint development projects
We are part of the Connected Health Cluster, a community of health-related stakeholders in Estonia, which aims to create new services and products that help solve problems related to healthcare.
The mission of the cluster is to promote the international competitiveness of Estonian health organisations by taking advantage of the opportunities arising from technological solutions, the business environment and collaboration.
The Connected Health Cluster project is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund from the cluster development support measure of Enterprise Estonia in the amount of 600,000 euros.
Self-service solution for patients
We are a leading partner in the Connected Health Cluster joint development project "Self-service solution for patients". Nortal AS and Tartu University Hospital are also project partners. The development project is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund in the amount of 50,000 euros.
As a result of the project, a self-service solution is created for patients to register for outpatient appointments, which can be used via patients' devices or self-service stations installed in hospital reception areas.
Dermtest on Call (Pildivaatur+) image exchange support for remote consultations
We are a partner in the Connected Health Cluster joint development project "Dermtest on Call – image exchange support for remote consultations". The leading partner of the project is Dermtest OÜ. The development project is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund in the amount of 20,383.50 euros.
As a result of the project, a secure platform has been created for patients to share images of their skin problems with the doctor. The images are stored in the patient's medical record and can be used for remote consultations in both routine and emergency situations.