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.

Not all projects are presented here, so to get more information on each one – visit the project’s website (if it exists), contact our project responsible or send an e-mail to the communication team.

Strengthened competence transfer

As much as 80% of value creation within the healthcare industry is located in Oslo and the surrounding area. It is still necessary to work to ensure a better flow of expertise between healthcare companies and academia in Oslo. Strengthened competence transfer will help to secure and strengthen businesses at national and international level.

USA Next!

The main goal of this project is to increase exports and internationalization from Norway to the American market, enhance cooperation with Norwegian companies, organizations (R&D, hospitals) and relevant environments in the USA.

The four leading health clusters in Norway contribute to this project. Together we develop a regional and national cooperation to make a road map for the health industry in Norway and the Nordic countries.

Industry boost in Viken

The main goal of the project is to create growth and new jobs in the health industry in Viken. This will be done by building competence, networks and cooperation in the region and open doors to new markets in the Nordics

For further information, go to the Norwegian page.

Felles Kommunal Journal (FKJ)

A joint municipal patient record is one of the measures to realize the goal of one inhabitant – one journal. The goal is that the information the individual health worker needs becomes easily available in the tools they use on a daily basis.

Lillestrøm Helsenettverk

The ambition for the network is to strengthen the Lillestrøm region as an attractive region for research, innovation and business development on new health services and health products. This by bringing the health service, the education and research environments and the health industry together, the project will contribute to the development of new and better solutions that benefit users at the same time as it creates new jobs in the region.

EU Advisor

The EU Adviser project is funded by Innovation Norway with the grand purpose of increasing mobilization, participation and success of the clusters and cluster’ members in applications for EU funding.

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