Compodium has received renewed trust to manage communication services for the Centre for Teaching & Research in Disaster Medicine and Traumatology, KMC in Linköping Sweden, the County Council of Östergötland.
The technical solution from Compodium makes it possible to gather participants to different catastrophe and coordination excercises where you either participate in person at KMC in Linköping or at distance from your own organization, county council or region.
The cooperation means that Compodium supplies a central switchboard functionality for IP telephony on SJUNET, the Swedish Health Care Network. This custom designed switchboard communicates partly with KMC’s large number of portable IP telephones as well as parties on the public telephone network. The system is set up before each session to meet the customers and the training managements scenarios.
-We are very pleased for this meaningful mission to provide smart modern technology that rationalizes and enables important training sessions, says Bengt Grahn, CEO of Compodium. -Furthermore, these meetings take place in tune with the customers environmental and climate objectives.
By compodium|2017-08-22T16:39:52+02:00December 18th, 2013|Categories: business, eHealth, News|Tags: kmc linköping, sjunet|Comments Off on Centre for Teaching & Research in Disaster Medicine and Traumatology renews agreement with Compodium
Compodium is since a long time supplier of sound meeting services and solutions for telemedicine and e-health within the Swedish health care system.
-By now becoming a member of the trade organization Swedish Medtech, we further consolidate our position as a serious and long-term supplier to the most demanding customers in Sweden, says Bengt Grahn CEO of Compodium.
Swedish Medtech is a trade organization for medicine technology and has around 170 member companies who vouch for almost 90 percent of the Swedish medicine technology market.