For the past twelve months, NewCompliance has been receiving a subsidy from the Dutch government through the European ITEA program for the development of “clinical workflow support” in cooperation with a number of other companies, universities, and hospitals in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Sweden.
Together with partners Philips and LUMC, the subsidy is being used as part of the IMPACT project aimed at developing data-driven solutions for catheterization labs and hybrid ORs. The emphasis is on improving both efficiency and patient safety by integrating different data sources and providing real-time dashboards and other overview tools. The possibilities for workflow support in relation to robotic surgery are also being examined.
This IMPACT subsidy involves a total budget of 17 million euro over a period of three years. The subsidy is based on an earlier award-winning series of ITEA projects coordinated by Philips (Care4Me, MEDIATE, BENEFIT). This will lead to yet another step in the direction of data-driven surgical care. NewCompliance is proud to be involved in a project whose aim is to achieve further improvements in efficiency and patient safety.
If you would like more information or wish to comment on our solutions for catheterization labs and hybrid ORs, please contact us at email@example.com.