Marand and DIPS ASA announced they are entering into a distribution agreement. Under the terms of the agreement, DIPS ASA will use and distribute Think!EHR Platform™ in the Norwegian healthcare market (www.marand.com).
“We are very proud DIPS ASA chose Think!EHR Platform as a building block for their upcoming, next-generation EHR solution DIPS Arena. This endorsement by the clear market leader in Norway is further proof that Think!EHR is becoming the premier health data platform on the market today. Our two companies share the vision of offering customers solutions to manage vendor neutral, open health data based on models defined by the clinical community. It is clear that the Nordics are at the forefront of the trend towards open health data and we are excited to be a part of it.” said Tomaz Gornik, Marand co-founder and CEO.
"We were pleasantly surprised by the rich set of functionality provided by Think!EHR Platform. The integration of Think!EHR Platform with our product proved to be straightforward allowing us to quickly take advantage of it’s advanced features. Utilising Think!EHR Platform will enable us to cut development time by months thus helping us reach our ambitious goals for the next generation of our product" says Tor Arne Viksjø, CEO of DIPS ASA.
Think!EHR Platform™ is a health data platform designed for real-time, transactional health data storage, query, retrieve and exchange based on vendor-neutral open data standards including openEHR (www.openehr.org).
DIPS ASA (www.dips.com) is the largest supplier of electronic patient record systems to Norwegian hospitals with about 85% market share as well as serving more than 1,500 primary care providers with solutions for secure communication. DIPS ASA has a staff of about 200 employees, who work in offices in Bodø, Oslo, Trondheim and Tromsø.
Marand (www.marand.com) is a customer-centric solution provider in healthcare offering products including Think!Med Clinical and Think!EHR Platform. The solutions are based on state of the art technology and industry standards such as openEHR, IHE and HL7.