The Nordic Interoperability Project is a “bottom up” initiative to identify and tear down existing barriers to make the Nordics the most integrated health region in the world.
Cross border interoperability and patient mobility have been discussed many times, but without much concrete happening. With this in mind, representatives from the Nordic organizations Tieto, Sectra, Cambio and OuluHealth sat down together in the fall of 2018 and decided to make something happen and started this project.
Through the means of technical interoperability showcases, with a broad variety of organizations involved, we want to spark the dialogue and discussions needed to find good, sustainable solutions that could benefit the whole of the Nordics.
The project supports the ambition of Nordic Innovation and the Nordic Council of Ministers: “In 2030 the Nordics will be the most sustainable and integrated health region in the world, providing the best possible personalized health care for all its citizens.”
By reaching this ambition, we have not only created a better everyday life for the many citizens in the Nordics, we have also built a bigger “home market” for the Nordic healthcare industry.
NIP want to develop this initiative into an open ecosystem and digital meeting places for anyone wanting to see this ambition become a reality.
Join in, get involved, share your ideas – and let us make this happen!