Kodality – Estonia Kodality provides technical experience in building strong, scalable and world-class web application solutions.
Currently Kodality are developing HEDA (Health Enterprise Data and Applications), which is a modern web-based hospital information system (HIS) designed to make healthcare services smooth and quick. HEDA fully supports patient treatment and administration, starting from resource planning and first interaction with a patient up to discharge, including treatment and billing flows and advanced reporting.
Kodality provides FHIR-based interoperability solutions in healthcare domain.
Our open-source FHIR Server has proven itself as stable and reliable interoperability
platform. Our team has developed FHIR-based HIS, NHS (National Health Services)
and e-Prescription solutions for different regions and countries.
Aceso is a digital health technology provider with a mission to make health better for all. At Aceso we want to empower and enable the health workforce to simplify processes and enable integration across settings of care.
Aceso driven by a passion for enhancing a patient’s care journey, reducing healthcare costs and system inefficiencies, through delivering and integrating the complexity of health systems. We assist you to navigate technological advancements and future-proof your delivery and care models to suit a world where consumers of health services expect more.
MAKE HEALTH BETTER
As the world moves to outcomes-based healthcare, organisations will need to ensure patient satisfaction as they evolve their service model from single patient interactions to supporting lifelong care plans. This requires friendly, yet meticulous software that manages multiple clinical and financial transactions across referral and medical payments platforms, while ensuring that specialists and resources are leveredged for efficiency. We unite disparate healthcare systems to create a holistic system that’s highly secure, and easy to use. Once connected, entire health systems can operate as one (while still retaining their familiar systems that staff are confident using), maximising the use of skilled personnel and resources and speeding up wait times and tests to provide optimal care and outcomes.
Aceso has been successful over the past year with customers like Mercy Radiology who have implemented New Zealand’s first ever online radiology booking platform. We also delivered the national roll out in Macedonia and Serbia that provides care to over ten million patient while delivering a single source of truth health record on the Aceso Pinga platform. Aceso Pinga has over 90,000 users and has delivered close to 200 million occasions of service. It is secure by design, protecting the privacy of patients and data while boasting a 99.99 percent uptime. In addition to abolishing nation-wide waiting lists for care in a short six month time frame and doubling a country’s system capacity, Pinga reduced wait times for most Macedonian patients who were referred to secondary or tertiary care to within one day. Since integration; specialists, radiologists and hospitals in the country treat twice as many patients with no additional investment.
The Digital Health Society
The Digital Health Society (DHS) movement was born during the Estonian EU Presidency in 2017, which focused on the development of a digital society in Europe, enabled by the free flow of data, as the fifth freedom right in the European Union. Launched by the Ministry of Social Affairs of Estonia and the ECHAlliance as a call for action, the 1st objective of the DHS has been to bring together all stakeholders of the digital health ecosystem around the table to drive the agenda of the EU Presidency.
The European Connected Health Alliance (ECHAlliance) is the Global Connector for Digital Health, facilitating multi-stakeholder connections around ecosystems, driving sustainable change and disruption in the delivery of
health and social care.
Our global network of Digital Health Alliances connects 78 countries and 4.4 billion people (Europe, USA, Canada, China, Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and Americas and the Pacific).
Our community of over 16,500 experts – including government, health & social care providers, leading companies and start-ups, researchers, insurances, patients groups and citizens, and the investment community connect through ecosystem meetings (120 per year) and international events and our online platform.
Our Working Groups provide a platform for stakeholders, responsible for a given topic area, to meet, promote and advance their work across the ecosystem network, therefore maximising knowledge sharing and best practice.