“The eHealth Award puts the spotlight on healthtech innovations that can make a difference in people’s lives. It is fully in line with our ambitions to bridge the gap between today’s technology solutions and the needs within healthcare,” says Charlotta Gummeson, CEO Sahlgrenska Science Park.
The award is a response to the Nordic Innovation’s 2030 Nordic Health System Vision and the collaborating organisations aim to draw attention to the great digital innovations that exist in the Nordics today.
The registration period is 6 February to 2 April 2020, open to Nordic small businesses that have an innovative ehealth solution or product that has shown benefits for the patient, citizen, healthcare professional and/or healthcare organisation. The winner will be presented at Vitalis on 5 May.
”More doors have opened and lots of people are following us” said last year’s winner Cathrin Jung, Cross Technology Solutions at the kick off event for eHealth Award 2020.