Mitel partners with Compodium to deliver secure digital wards to Swedish healthcare providers Important step in Sweden's efforts to become a world leader in e-health by 2025 Allows to improve patient healthcare combining high-end and confidential video communications Ensures safe, secure and cost effective digital ward rooms for public and private healthcare providers.
Compodium International has 400 digital hospital rooms in use all over Sweden, with more than 1,200 hours of video meetings every day. The picture and sound of these video meetings are always the highest quality, and the encryption used provides the highest level of security that's impossible to intercept. Compodium video conferencing is also used for real-time operations that can help save lives.
Art Clinic, one of Sweden’s leading specialists clinics, invests in new video technology in order to securely communicate with patients over large distances.
May 3rd, on the official Work Form Home Day, Compodium was engaged with the motto "Stay at home but do not miss any important meetings".
When Inera, together with SKL, Socialstyrelsen and eHälsomyndigheten represented at the Vitalis fair earlier this month, Compodium once again was there to document it all.
Compodium was invited to talk about their establishment in the U.S. when the trade organizations Swedish Medtech and Swecare arranged a seminar regarding internationalization. During the get-together in Stockholm.
Compodium was responsible for high resolution video conferencing links that were broadcasted live between the seminal hall at hotel Scandic InfraCity in Stockholm and operating rooms both in Gävle and at Karolinska Huddinge hospital during the 33rd SADE course in advanced endoscopy.
During the 2015 congress of the European Society for Diseases of the Esophagus in Stockholm, November 5th - 7th 2015, Compodium was granted the mission to provide technical system and cloud services for live surgical sessions.
On October 6, 2015, Compodium were proud to handle the video documentation of the ‘National eHealth Day’ in Stockholm for the sixth year in a row.
Swiss telecommunication company ASCOM signs a development agreement with Compodium to develop video conferencing functionality in its new smart phone MYCO.