Through our consultation, you will gain access to our network of contacts that can contribute to taking your company or organization in the public sector to the next level. Through our established contacts, we can connect your company with relevant stakeholders and assist in building valuable collaborations.
We get to know your challenges and look at how those can be matched to appropriate resources and offers that can take your business forward. We look at existing incubator and accelerator programs in West Sweden.
Training course for Biobanks vs Registries, other resources of health data Training for innovators public and private, Industry and start-ups by BBMRI Experts
EEN supports SMEs in identifying opportunities for funding of innovation projects, research and development, as well as internationalisation.
The User Validation Labs (ULabs) programme connects you with EIT Health partners in Europe that can help you organise and execute a validation study for your start-up’s innovation.
The Center for Health Data offers the possibility of advice on what the requirements and conditions are , as well as certain extent the available health data, before applying for the release of health data for secondary use for research
A foundational course to translate fundamental academic competence on AI for policymaking
The course teaches how to set up and train an AI model for the analysis of health data. Participants can use their own datasets in the course.
Biobanks & Health data registers Information Hub
KTH Innovation provides business development coaching for researchers, students and staff at KTH that want to develop an innovaton idea from idea phase up to commercialization. Innovation coaching covers several dimensions, in which Funding Readiness is one of the main fields.
The BusinessLab BusinessModel Workshop focuses on SMEs digital initiatives from the three perspectives benefit realisation, business modelling, and strategy implementation. Using interactive and innovative methods and models SMEs are invited to take an holistic perspective on their digital transformation.
Previous experience shows that companies and organizations are in many cases unsure of how they can proceed with their ideas linked to health data and need guidance and support to discuss their current situation and the way forward.
Maybe you want to connect monitoring to a truck, or why not build a connected pump control? Do you want to measure temperatures, pressures or vibrations? Do you want knowledge about how you can connect one of your existing products? Then this course is for you.
This course will focus on applied machine learning, where we learn what algorithms and approaches to apply on different types of data.
In this course we will introduce basic concepts of data visualization, how to apply them to build interactive interfaces for data sets of different types, and which tools are useful in this process.
A growing network for the public sector with a focus on health and social care in Sweden, with the opportunity to participate in recurring digital meetings to strengthen digital health innovation.
Leap offers the opportunity to meet people for two hours with skills and experience relevant to the stage where your idea is in. The competence panel provides valuable input and the opportunity to verify identified needs.
The purpose of the course “Artificial Intelligence for Managers” is to give managers and decision makers a principle understanding of AI and to increase their understanding of opportunities, difficulties, benefits, and risks connected to AI. It is neither an “Introduction to AI” nor an “AI for dummies” course. Instead, it is set to demystify AI and to transform it into an actionable tool for manages and decision makers.
We assist you in creating tailored events for your business to enhance competence and inspire your operations in the field. Through our network of experts and startups, we can provide your business with the opportunity to design and customize a program that suits your specific needs.
DeepHack is an open innovation event in challenge (hackathon) format, responding to a challenge partner’s call for solutions. The 48 hour online version allows the challenge partner to explore alternatives for their innovation or business challenges and get acquainted with talent, experts, and entrepreneurs.
In-depth dialogue with the public sector regarding the Demand Acceleration methodology and introduction to the method support available on the website.
Support with process lead and role as intermediary party in procurement where the Demand Acceleration methodology is used.
Support to carry through the first phase of the demand acceleration methodology with the aim of investigating possible solutions on the market for the defined need.
The course "Design Thinking in health data" introduces the principles and application of design thinking in the field of health data. The course explores how the design thinking methodology can be used to solve complex challenges and improve the use of health data in healthcare. Self-paced by term, in English
DigitalWell GovTech Incubator is a relationship building program, creating a bridge to the public side and offering guidance toward procurement. The focus is on supporting startups that have a digital product or service aimed at the public sector, with a focus on health and welfare.
Course on digitalization of healthcare. The overall goal of the course is for the students to gain knowledge of, and practical experience with, working with the digitalization of healthcare based on the perspective of organizations, professionals, and patients with regard to societal development. The course should give the students an overview of the current situation in terms of digitization in healthcare today, and an understanding of future developments. Given at quarter speed, in Swedish. The course is given as ccntract education at Uppsala University.
This course provides an overview of how digitalization affects healthcare. The course explores the development of digital tools and technologies, including electronic health records, telemedicine, artificial intelligence, and cyber security. The course is given in Swedish each semester, fully online, and read as a self-paced course starting at the start of the semester, and finishing at the end of the semester. The course corresponds to 1.5 credits, or 1 week of fulltime study.
Seminar based on research in the field provides an overview of opportunities and challenges with health data, digitization and artificial intelligence with a focus on pharmaceuticals and medication management.
The course covers basic concepts in eHealth and health informatics and will give examples of digital tools and working methods for prevention, care and social care with a focus on medicines.
eHealth: Implementation and work environment is a course that focuses on how eHealth can be introduced in healthcare. The course explores the various aspects of implementation, including strategic planning, change management, and user training. Participants also gain insight into how the introduction of eHealth affects work processes and the work environment for healthcare professionals. The course emphasizes the importance of managing resistance, promoting user acceptance, and creating a positive work environment to ensure a smooth transition to eHealth tools. The course is given in Swedish each semester, fully online, and read as a self-paced course starting at the start of the semester, and finishing at the end of the semester. The course corresponds to 1.5 credits, or 1 week of fulltime study.
Support in the form of process management and role as intermediary party in Field testing of digital health services in the public sector.
breakfast seminar on how collaboration between companies and healthcare improves both parties. This morning's speakers from Pfizer and Karolinska University Hospital share both challenges and success factors that they have encountered in various ongoing and completed collaborative projects. This event will only be in Swedish
The Halmstad Intelligent Home (HINT) offers a realistic smart home environment as a testbed for the public sector and SMEs. It provides a unique opportunity to enhance competencies and test solutions in cutting-edge technologies, including IoT, AI, AR, smart environments, Ambient Assisted Living, and Social Robots.
"Health data and eHealth: GDPR, ethics and law" is a course that examines the important issues surrounding the management of health data and eHealth. The course explores how the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affects the collection, storage, and use of health data in healthcare. It addresses ethical considerations and guidelines for the use of technology in healthcare. The course also provides an overview of the relevant laws and regulations that apply to protect patient data and privacy. The course is given in Swedish each semester, fully online, and read as a self-paced course starting at the start of the semester, and finishing at the end of the semester. The course corresponds to 1.5 credits, or 1 week of fulltime study.
The course "Health data and eHealth: Patient safety and patient satisfaction" focuses on the impact of digitization on patient safety and patient satisfaction. The course explores how health data and eHealth can improve the quality of care while introducing risks and challenges. Participants gain insight into how the use of digital tools and electronic health records can increase patient safety through better information sharing and faster access to patient data. The course is given in Swedish each semester, fully online, and read as a self-paced course starting at the start of the semester, and finishing at the end of the semester. The course corresponds to 1.5 credits, or 1 week of fulltime study.
Health data for the future - Technical solutions in healthcare is a course that provides an overview of various technological innovations in healthcare. The course focuses, among other things, on electronic patient records and how they improve information management and collaboration within the care team and with patients. It also addresses self/home monitoring, giving patients the opportunity to actively monitor their health. Telemedicine and AI are also explored, with attendees gaining insight into how these technologies can improve accessibility, diagnostics, and treatment. The course is given in Swedish each semester, fully online, and read as a self-paced course starting at the start of the semester, and finishing at the end of the semester. The course corresponds to 1.5 credits, or 1 week of fulltime study.
The course provides basic knowledge of health data from an information, technology and ecosystem perspective with a focus on practical use in various application areas.
The course provides basic knowledge of how health data can and should be processed based on legal and ethical perspectives with a focus on the practical consequences of both national and EU legislation.
Seminar series with invited guests about current research projects or topics in health informatics. Credit bearing activity for doctoral students. Regular activity once per month. Language: English