After successfully collaborating with FRISQ on Capio elderly and mobile care over the past year, Capio Orthopedic is now signing an agreement with FRISQ.
Capio is one of Europe's leading healthcare companies. The agreement concerns a six-month pilot project with Capio Artro Clinic, a highly specialized orthopedic clinic that treats and operates knees, shoulders, hips, elbows and ankles as well as sports-related injuries.
“We’re proud that Capio now chooses to add another business area to our collaboration, based on the value FRISQ Care adds for patients and staff. Digital care process support makes it easier for patients to get involved in their care, improves teamwork and quality-assured work processes, which in turn leads to better health outcomes and more efficient use of resources,” says George Thaw, interim CEO of FRISQ.
“Continuous improvement and digitalisation are crucial for us to be able to continue to offer world-class orthopedics. Modern care requires modern tools, and digital care process support is an important one. We’re convinced that we’ll implement this type of support in all our operations in the future,” says Tobias Wirén, Business Area Manager at Capio.
Capio offers a wide range of high-quality care in medicine, surgery and psychiatry through its hospitals, specialist clinics and health centers in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, France and Germany. Capio has been part of Ramsay Santé since November 2018 and the merger created a leading European healthcare provider with a total turnover of EUR 3.8 billion and approximately 36,000 employees.
The Healthtech company FRISQ develops globally scalable digital tools for interactive communication between the various actors in the care chain. FRISQ has been listed on Nasdaq First North – Stockholm since 2016 under the short name "FRISQ".
For more information please contact:
Tobias Wirén, Business Area Manager Capio Orthopedics, mobile 070-0038550
George Thaw, CEO FRISQ, email@example.com
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