The SME should be working with health solutions from the Baltic Sea Region and be interested in having their products or services tested in a highly specialized Living Lab. Eptek Telemedicine Center is looking for:
• An SME with an idea that only needs a final finish before it is ready for sale
• An SMEs with a product they wish to introduce to a new market in the Baltic Sea Region
The testing or validation is financed by ProVaHealth.
Phone: +358 50 505 2295
About Eptek Telemedicine Center
Eptek Telemedicine Center is an home like environment where you can explore different kind of assisted living technologies and eHealth products provided by various companies. The center provides information about the assisted living solutions for example to elderly people and caretakers as well as to social and health care professionals and students.
Eptek Telemedicine Center and our team is part of the Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences and the center is located at the School of Health Care and Social Work. One of the focusing points for Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences is well being and eHealth technology and we are investing in it. We are also working close with The Hospital District of South Ostrobothnia so it gives us possibilities to use their professional support from the different fields. We can introduce products/services for right persons at hospital district and South Ostrobothnia area because of our wide cooperation network.
We offer consultation services and can arrange group of professionals and end users for testing and piloting purposes. Our team is very flexible and over the years we have gathered a good and broad experience from the field of eHealth and telemedicine (for 20 years). We have arranged different pilots e.g. wound treatment pilot, distance consultation pilot and gathered the test group for a mobile application etc.
We have introduced telemedicine solutions for the health care professionals to serve better their customers. For example we introduced distance consultation devices for one Finnish municipality’s public health authorities and they bought the solution.