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Generating innovation. For better living and health.
Oslo Medtech chairman Carl Christian Gilhuus-Moe and CEO Kathrine Myhre attracted several US medtech companies to launch their products through the “Medtech Gateway to Europe” initiative during an intensive 4 day visit to Minneapolis.
Oslo Medtech attracted nearly 100 representatives from the Norwegian R&D and medtech industry on May 7 for the seminar “Health and state seed funds”. The participants were all eager to learn about how to achieve an effective and good health care industry as well as economic development and growth.
Six Oslo Medtech members have been awarded BIA grants from The Research Council of Norway.
What the heck does the inside of an iPhone have to do with healthcare reform? Well, to Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen, quite a bit actually.
Medtech company Abilia is ready to tender its smart house solutions to the planned municipal housing for elderly in Oslo and Skien. Abilia joined Oslo Medtech speed dating meeting and found five potential partners.
The market for welfare technology in Norway has a huge potential, but it will probably take some time before it reaches significant volumes. – The process of implementing welfare technology in the municipalities takes some time, says Roger Sletta, Sales Manager in Hospital IT.
Wireless Patient Recording Medical (WPR Medical) will soon launch its brand new wireless ECG monitoring device. WPR Medical was part of the Oslo Medtech organized tour to USA in May, and is seeking partners with access to markets.
A young Norwegian surgeon has probably solved a problem no one else in the world was able to solve. After five years, the prototype is ready. Medtech company Urological AS hopes to land its first contract before year end.