Think Research, a leading digital healthcare platform provider, has announced a partnership with the Icelandic Directorate of Health. The partnership is aimed at improving medical care for the treatment of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and obstetric care through evidenced-based tools, best-practice order sets, the standardization of clinical practices, and more.
“The Directorate of Health promotes innovative eHealth projects that can enhance clinical practice, increase patient safety and support the quality of healthcare delivery, said Dr. Alma D. Möller, Director of Health. “We are happy to start this journey of implementing standardized patient order sets targeted for the treatment of COPD and the delivery of Obstetric Care with Think Research and look forward to a fruitful collaboration”.
“Working with the Directorate of Health, Iceland has an exciting opportunity to enhance clinical standardization for COPD and the delivery of obstetric care across all of Iceland,” said Dr. Chris O’Connor, President and Founder of Think Research. “Through this work, we’ll deliver best practice content that aligns with Iceland’s clinical priorities and quality improvement initiatives now and into the future.”
Invest in Iceland worked with Think Research before their first encounters with the Icelandic healthcare space, introducing the Icelandic Life Science ecosystem and business environment. Life science companies, such as medical-device and digital-health companies, incorporated in Iceland benefit from low corporate tax and encouraging financial incentives for the clinical trial R&D and commercial applications. To learn more, please contact Invest in Iceland.
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