We bring together a unique set of competences tailored to help medical device companies innovate. Our work is grounded in a deep understanding of health informatics coupled with a scandinavian design tradition and agile software engineering.
Ethnography is a powerful tool to make sense of the world. That's why we spend a lot of time at home with patients and in the clinic to understand everyday life and work.
We do co-design. This means we involve patients, clinicians, software engineers, business analysts, and decision-makers in the ongoing work of envisioning the future.
Agile software engineering is at the core of what we do. It allows us to test early prototypes with patients and clinicians. But delivering useful and robust software is not a trivial task. From years of experience, we know what it takes to build great software. We specialise in engineering SaMD software (software as a medical device).
The key to innovation is to experiment and 'try it out'. We prototype together with patients and clinicians and continue to adapt features to fit the needs and messiness of real life.
We help clinicians predict health deterioration, so they can act on early warnings. By applying advanced machine learning and data science on multiple data sources, we develop new predictive models and algorithms.