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CheckHealth publishes new web site for LinkWatch

Today www.linkwatch.se is available. LinkWatch is a secure remote monitoring platform for health data collection, including FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) care plans, wireless devices for vital signs monitoring, smart wearables for behaviour monitoring and intelligent digital assistance supporting patient self-assessments. It helps care organisations to efficiently manage the care of patients with chronic conditions. CheckHealth is a MedTech company focused on developing and marketing products and services for remote care and patient data collection. CheckHealth is a subsidiary of CNet. Read more at www.checkhealth.se

Rita BurkertCheckHealth publishes new web site for LinkWatch

CheckHealth publishes new web site for RheumaCloud

Today www.rheumacloud.se is available. RheumaCloud a service for rheumatologist in their long-term management of their patients. RheumaCloud is designed to help a rheumatologist engaging patients in their own care between visits to the clinic. An intelligent assistant guides and instructs the patient what to do everyday based on a health plan provided by the rheumatologist. RheumaCloud continously visualises the health status for the patients based on their own input. This gives them feedback on progress and stimulates them to follow your therapy, and increases their self-efficacy. CheckHealth is a medtech company focused on developing and marketing products and services for remote care and patient data collection. CheckHealth is a subsidiary of CNet. Read more at www.checkhealth.se

Rita BurkertCheckHealth publishes new web site for RheumaCloud

CheckHealth closes its first financial year

CheckHealth has now closed its first year of operation. During 2019 the work focused on commercialising results developed in the PICASO project. Two products and services where launched during 2019 – LinkWatch and RheumaCloud.

Read more at www.checkhealth.se. CheckHealth Sweden is a MedTech company focused on developing and marketing products and services for remote care and patient data collection. CheckHealth Sweden is a subsidiary of CNet.

Rita BurkertCheckHealth closes its first financial year

CheckHealth launches RheumaCloud

Today CheckHealth launched RheumaCloud, a service for rheumatologists aiding long-term management of patients. RheumaCloud is designed to help a rheumatologist engaging patients in their own care between visits to the clinic. An intelligent assistant guides and instructs the patient what to do every day based on a health plan provided by the rheumatologist. RheumaCloud continuously visualises the health status for the patients based on their own input. This gives them feedback on progress and stimulates them to follow your therapy, and increases their self-efficacy. RheumaCloud is the result of a long-term collaboration between the Rheumatology department at University Hospital Dusseldorf, UDUS. CheckHealth Sweden is a MedTech company focused on developing and marketing products and services for remote care and patient data collection. CheckHealth Sweden is a subsidiary of CNet.

Rita BurkertCheckHealth launches RheumaCloud

CheckHealth launches Linkwatch

2019-11-30

Today, CheckHealth launched its remote patient monitoring platform LinkWatch. It is a secure remote monitoring platform for health data collection, including FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) care plans, wireless devices for vital signs monitoring, smart wearables for behaviour monitoring and intelligent digital assistents supporting patient self assessments. It helps care organisations to efficiently manage care of patients with chronic conditions. CheckHealth Sweden is a medtech company focused on developing and marketing products and services for remote care and patient data collection. CheckHealth Sweden is a subsidiary of CNet. Read more at www.checkhealth.se

Rita BurkertCheckHealth launches Linkwatch

GOEASY at Innovation Days

Peter Rosengren from CNet represented the GOESY project on the Innovation and Networking Days on 11th November 2019 Bonn, Germany, hosted by FIT – Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology and co-organised by the partner LINKS and the Centre for Research and Technology CERTH (Greece).

This venue offers to innovators from industry, research and public administrations, the opportunity to meet, share, discuss and attend technical presentations. The first day was focused on Smart Citys and Energy, a perfect framework for GOEASY, which was presented at the networking and poster session by partners FIT and CNET. Interesting discussions about the technical aspects of the AsthmaWatch pilot and on engagement strategy led to investigate how to motivate citizens to behave more sustainable.

GOEASY received attention from many participants for its innovative approach towards building sustainable cities through objective data collection as well as dealing with privacy issues, in order to achieve progress in promoting healthy and sustainable behaviour. Participants have also acknowledged GOEASY’s potential for direct and indirect economic contributions through improving health conditions of asthma patients, thereby reducing health-related expenses.

Rita BurkertGOEASY at Innovation Days

CNet creates the spin-off CheckHealth for eHealth

We have now started a new spin-off company CheckHealth to commercialise the results from our innovation project PICASO.

CheckHealth is a MedTech company focused on developing and marketing products and services for remote care and patient data collection, says Peter Rosengren CEO for CNet.

Healthcare organisations require that care management of patients with chronic conditions needs to be more personalised and cost-effective. CheckHealth meets these requirements with a secure remote monitoring platform for health data collection, including FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) care plans, wireless devices for vital signs monitoring, smart wearables for behaviour monitoring and intelligent digital assistance for self-assessments.

Rita BurkertCNet creates the spin-off CheckHealth for eHealth

MyAirCoach presents asthma monitoring system

The MyAirCoach project has developed a mobile health device and sensor-based approach connected to a patients mobile phone that measures asthma indicators and collects information to support patients and healthcare professionals. Through monitoring asthma indicators and collect a patients physiological, environmental and behavioral information, it helps patients and healthcare professionals to control the effectiveness of asthma treatment and to prevent severe asthma attacks.

CNet developed a mobile app within the project, that enables to use available indoor and outdoor measurements of asthma indicators to assess the air quality and the personal risk to experience an attack. The analysis of the personal risks can aid patients in their self-management and help to avoid severe asthma attacks.

“The purpose of the app is to make life a little easier for asthmatics in Stockholm,” says Peter Rosengren at CNet.

Rita BurkertMyAirCoach presents asthma monitoring system

CNet finalist for the European Commission‘s Innovation Radar Prize 2018

CNet has been selected as one of 50 finalists for the European Commission‘s Innovation Radar Prize 2018 with our PICASO innovation: Federated Cloud Architecture designed for ehealth: Care Management as a Service. The Innovation Radar Prize awards high quality innovative excellence, emerging from the Horizon 2020 programme. The award distinguishes five categories with 10 finalists in each. CNet has been selected for the “Tech for Society” category, recognising technologies impacting society and citizens. The price committee examined several thousands of EU-funded innovations from across Europe, making it quite an achievement to get selected as one of the 50 finalists.

CNet was recognised for their solution within the PICASO project, “Care Management as a Service”. This solution enables care organisations to use cloud technology, experience benefits of scalability and software resource sharing without violating regulations regarding clinical data. The innovation is based on a software-to-data cloud approach. All software for care management and decision support is hosted in one public cloud while all clinical data always resides inside the care organisations. All access and use of clinical data are done in a secure and authorised way, without violating GDPR. This creates an innovation in healthcare making it possible to use cloud technology while taking the specific requirements regarding clinical data into account.

CNet PICASO team awarded 
From left: Matts Ahlsen, Daniel Eriksson, Peeter Kool, Tobias Brodén, Peter Rosengren, Stefan Paulsson.

Rita BurkertCNet finalist for the European Commission‘s Innovation Radar Prize 2018