17 years old
Lives in Stockholm, Sweden
Attends high school
Active water polo player
Lives a normal life with her friends and family
But something is a bit different…
Diagnosed with diabetes type 1 at age 1,5 years, which changes her life completely compared to most of us!
To understand why we need interoperability on a Nordic, European or even global level we have a real world case:
Klara, as you know has diabetes.
But what is “diabetes” exactly?
If you don’t get the best care, diabetes can have severe long- and short term consequences.
Alva is a diabetes patient, just like Klara, but she is living some time into the future when cross border mobility have become a reality.
Let’s look at some of the challenges they might have – today with Klara and in the future with Alva…
What is it like to travel with diabetes today compared to how it will work in the future?
Alva knows she har access to international medical prescriptions where and whenever she needs it
Inventory over personal medical equipment is digitally accessible
Her app gives her access to list over local prescription and equipment providers
What if something would happen abroad?
Constant access to medical records across the Nordics
Access to test results and medical history
Access to primary clinic in case of emergency or unclear medical condition
What if there’s something wrong with your medical equipment?
Access to pan-Nordic medical prescription
Overview over compatible equipment and local service centers
Access to medication via local pharmacies
Video consultation with own doctor if needed
What if you want to study abroad or go on a long trip?
Safe video consultations online
Share measurements online
Avoid traveling for routine consultations
What would make your life easier?
Share my data with my doctor over Skype or similar
Be able to go into any pharmacy and get the what she needs
It’s up to us!
To enable patients to live and act in an open, seamless, cross-border healthcare ecosystem, by showcasing world class solutions and innovations from the Nordics.