Petter Wolff towards new ways of working with data sharing in Swedish healthcare
Exciting news from the Accelerator
Our colleague and Business Advisor Petter Wolff, will be on leave. He has been given a 10 month assignment from the Swedish Regeringskansliet / Statens Offentliga Utredningar with the purpose of suggesting means to make health data sharing between systems and actors more efficient:
We are thrilled to see Petter in this relevant and important work and are really looking forward to the outcome, that hopefully will give us new ways. of working with data sharing in Swedish healthcare. We know that Petter is one of few that can really contribute on this subject with his extensive knowledge and insights, sharp mind and crispy wordings. We wish Petter the best of luck and we will follow the work closely.
We also want to take the opportunity to announce that the Accelerator is looking for a new Business Advisory colleague. If you want to work with new technologies, with tech companies addressing tomorrow’s health challenges, be an important piece of the team puzzle and have the opportunity to make a difference for our Start-ups and Scaleups – keep reading!
We hope you have experience of Startups and Scaleups, having your own expertise area in maybe Compliance, IP, Regulatory (MDR), Business development /modelling and Finance or Product development, Testing and Verification
Looking forward to hearing from you!
The Accelerator Team
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