Norway Health Tech has several projects running at all times. The projects have different goals, but one common factor is that they are all there to help the members reach their goals.
All projects are presented here, but to get more information on each one – visit the project’s website (if it exists) or contact our project responsible.
The Centre for Connected Care (C3) aims to succeed in accelerating adoption and diffusion of patient-centric innovations, i.e. innovations that change patient pathways and delivery systems and increases growth in the healthcare industry. The themes are patient-centric healthcare delivery, innovative infrastructure and interoperability and commercialization, diffusion and adoption
Angel Challenge Health is a workshop based program for Startup Investors and Health Startups. During 8 evening sessions, 20 angel investors work closely together analyzing 20 investor-ready startups that are competing for an investment of 1 million NOK, whilst learning the mechanics and possibilities of investing in the health sector.
Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs) are the next generation embedded software system interacting with their physical environment over a communication infrastructure. These systems are increasingly used in safety/mission critical domains such as healthcare, automatized logistics, transportation, and other big industries.
Clinical data is the hallmark of evidence for new medical devices, used for regulatory approval, reimbursement, marketing, to draw investors and convince physicians and other users to adopt new products and services. The design of a clinical trial is a vital element in the success or failure of the study outcome. Norway Health Tech organizes strategic panels of clinical, regulatory, design and reimbursement experts to assist Norwegian health technology companies design the most cost – and time effective clinical trials.