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Bodø and Larvik choose digital patient boards

Digital patient boards are set to address current challenges for Bodø and Larvik municipalities regarding patient flow and collaboration needs across various health and care service areas. Particularly crucial for the municipalities has been that the solution should be future-oriented and capable of meeting both current and future needs for seamless patient flow and collaboration and coordination requirements.

Following completed tender competitions in the second half of last year, it became evident that both Bodø and Larvik municipalities are opting for digital patient boards from DNV Imatis.

Best in functionality and quality

– I am particularly proud that we win both tender competitions for better functionality and quality than our competitors, says Anne Marie Paus, Solution Advisor, and Customer Manager for municipal customers at DNV Imatis.

Both Bodø and Larvik emphasise in the awards that DNV Imatis offers better overview and collaboration across locations and service areas. Proper sharing of information across departments and organisations is crucial for the municipalities to achieve the expected benefits of collaboration tools.

Bodø municipality also highlights that this solution will provide the municipality with a greater degree of self-determination and customisation options. In the event of changes in patient or workflow, it is crucial that employees do not have to adapt to the solution, but that the solution can adapt to the new needs that arise.

Bodø and Larvik choose digital patient boards from DNV Imatis
Anne Marie Paus, Solution Advisor, and Customer Manager for municipal customers at DNV Imatis

When Bodø also concludes that our solution adds greater value and facilitates better collaboration, overview, and efficiency, we naturally feel both proud and humble about the further cooperation with the municipality, expresses Paus.

Bodø municipality is a frontrunner in e-health in Norway. For several years, the municipality has been leading and taking responsibility through collaboration, common journal initiatives, and digitisation within the health sector.

Larvik has also been a prominent player in this area, including through the DigiPAS project; Digital whiteboard solutions for municipal health services. The DigiPAS project (2018-2020) gathered experience from five Norwegian municipalities related to the use of digital board solutions with the aim of increasing quality and patient safety while also better utilising resources.

Deliveries to both municipalities are commencing these days. We thank both Bodø and Larvik for their trust and look forward greatly to further cooperation!