Netmedi has been chosen to participate the 2017 Global Access Program (GAP) at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, in order to expand Kaiku Health patient monitoring applications to US market with precision. UCLA selected MBA student team works closely with Netmedi to identify the opportunities in US market. The program was kicked off in July 2017 in Los Angeles.
”There is a vast global demand for digital patient monitoring. Intelligent algorithms of Kaiku Health enable automated outcome follow-up for new targeted therapies and early interventions based on patient’s health data. We were the first in Northern Europe to implement digital patient monitoring as part of routine cancer care, and currently Kaiku Health is used at over 25 hospitals in Europe. Our team is eager to continue developing Kaiku to meet and exceed the specific needs of US health care providers.” , states Lauri Sippola, CEO and Co-Founder of Netmedi.
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