We contribute to evidence-based research in the field of digital health and in particular digital tools for patients with chronic diseases or other needs regarding continuous follow-up at a distance.

Evidence-based digital tools are important to ensure that there is high-quality care for a growing, ageing population.

We participate in a variety of research projects and clinical studies. Currently, we actively participate as partners in eight different projects – clinical studies at Skånes University Hospital, Malmö University, several projects with Lund University, and a research project with Halmstad University.

Here you can read about a clinical study that compares follow-up after myocardial infarction with digital distance tracking (LifePod) versus usual care after infarction.

Text: Cross Technology Solutions
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