Thanks for having us, Centre for Health Technology Halland
Earlier this week Sahlgrenska I.C. was in Halmstad for a two day conference. While there we took the opportunity to visit the Centre for Health Technology Halland (HCH). They are a link between different stakeholders in the health care area contributing to the process from an innovative idea to a market ready solution or product.
Way forward after 2nd Round Table on Medical Equipment
The first European conference on medical equipment in low-income countries was held in Chamonix in 2013. Eventually this evolved into a group with representatives from a few chosen countries and organizations dedicated to take these questions to a higher level. Over time the network wants to affect the regulatory framework surrounding this field.
Apply for Specialist Training in Urology and Dermatology
We have open positions for Swedish specialist medical training programs (residency) in Urology and Dermatology starting in 2016. Exact dates can be discussed with suitable candidates. Read more about the application process here. We are looking forward to getting to know you!
Sweden’s Minister for Health care visits Centre for Advanced Reconstruction of Extremities
Recently the Centre for Advanced Reconstruction of Extremitites (CARE) at Sahlgrenska University Hospital hosted a visit from Gabriel Wikström, Minister for Health Care, Public Health and Sport in Sweden. Among other things, he got to try out the ground breaking technique behind the mind-controlled prosthesis developed by a medical team at CARE and Chalmers University of Technology.
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Almedalen wrap-up: 2015’s health care buzz
What you measure is what you get
Sweden has the best health care in the world. A well-known statement, but is it really true? Yes and no according to a newly published report ”Why compare when we know that we are best?” by Forum for Health policy.
There is no doubt that Sweden does rank high internationally. Quality, low costs, unique registries are just a few of many areas where the country gets the highest scores. But other comparisons also highlight the main challenges; the access to good health care depends on where you live, the flaws in service level and patient safety.
News from Almedalen: Medical teams on wheels – an innovative solution the Skaraborg way
Patients with multiple cronic conditions need care frequently. But there is often no need for the patients to be hospitalized. So, how can the care be adapted in the best way possible taking these wishes into account?
News from Almedalen: Not an easy recipe to increase Swedish healthcare export
The government has previously stated that healthcare export should be encouraged. That combined with the fact that the demand for highly specialized care is increasing around the world should be the recipe for making things moving. But even if Swedish health care ranks high internationally, the country has a very limited share of the total market. So, does Sweden dare to invest in the world’s fastest growing export market?
Open position for Specialist Training in Urology
Interested in pursuing a career in Urology? We have one open position for a Swedish specialist medical training program (residency) starting in 2016. Exact dates can be discussed with suitable candidates. Read more about the application process here. We are looking forward to getting to know you!
CARE – a centre with world class team and treatments
Recently the Centre for Advanced Reconstruction of Extremities (CARE) re-opened its doors after adjusting the facilities to better meet the needs of the patients coming for treatment. And the patients, they come from near and far.
The centre is unique in the sense that it offers highly specialized treatments – bone-anchored prostheses for amputees and hand surgery for tetraplegic patients – under one roof. These patient groups have different needs, but they all have one common goal – to increase their quality of life by becoming more independent. It is with this, and other individually specified wishes, in mind that the multidisciplinary medical team plan the treatment. There are synergies between the patient groups and the medical teams respectively that is of mutual benefit for the research and development carried out in this field. In other words, the medical team, also researchers, and the patients work in close interaction to ensure continuous improvement of the treatments offered.