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COVID-19 - HOW EUROPEAN DEEPTECH SCALEUPS HELP ORGANIZATIONS DEAL WITH THE EFFECTS OF THE PANDEMIC

At present, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is disrupting both society and economies across the world. As a leading organisation for digital innovation and entrepreneurship, EIT Digital is committed to support the pan-European ecosystem to find effective solutions in dealing with the pandemic’s societal and economic effects and implications.

eit Digital, March 31, 2020

Slovenia introduces COVID-19 Telemedicine for remote screening and monitoring of COVID-patients

With over 8300 employees, University Medical Centre Ljubljana (UMCL) is one of the largest institutions in Slovenia. Among others, they have implemented the COVID-19 Telemedicine solution to help them monitor and provide safe surveillance of COVID-19 patients or patients in risk of serious COVID-19 symptoms.

UKC Ljubljana, March 31, 2020

Danish telehealth platform help Norwegian Municipalities fight Corona

In a fast response to the Corona crisis, the Norwegian Municipalities of Gjerdrum and Ullensaker, among others, have implemented a telehealth solution to help them monitor and provide safe surveillance of COVID-19 patients or patients in risk of serious COVID-19 symptoms.

Healthcare Denmark, March 28, 2020

Norway leads the way in the Nordics using our Telemedicine platform for remote monitoring of COVID-19 patients

Covid-19 Telemedicine is a ready-to-deploy solution for remote monitoring and screening of patients with fully automated clinical Covid-19 protocols.

NRK Nyheter, March 24, 2020

Agder is going live with remote monitoring of COVID-19 patients

The municipalities in Agder, together with Ullensaker and Gjerdrum are going live with remote monitoring of COVID-19 infected patients. The project have been working hard to get a high quality solution and organization running for this service.

Siemens Healthineers, March 25, 2020

New telemedicine strategies help hospitals address COVID-19

“Congress has given $500 million for the use of telemedicine services in an emergency aid package”.

Modern Healthcare, March 06, 2020

Hospitals Use Telemedicine to Minimize Contact With Virus Patients

Hospitals and doctors have a message for patients who want to come in ” Try the phone first”.

Wall Street Journal, March 04, 2020

South Koreans are using smartphone apps to avoid the novel coronavirus

“Apps can alert a user if they come within 100 m (328 ft) of a location visited by someone with Covid-19.”

Quartz, February 29, 2020