Swedish platform provider, Doctrin, has announced the launch of its Doctrin Network solution, which aims to bridge the gap in healthcare systems.
Doctrin Network allows the patient to see all new, ongoing and old cases, regardless of which healthcare unit is managing that episode of care.
Health and care professionals can invite additional care professionals from separate units, or guide the patient directly through digital referrals.
The system is being used by Sweden’s largest healthcare provider Capio to facilitate collaboration between care units.
Their goal is to give patients a single point of entry to its services and allow the platform to guide the patient to the proper care level without needing to repeatedly describe their care needs or long waiting times.
Anna-Karin Edstedt Bonamy, CEO of Doctrin and Specialist Doctor, (pictured), said: “The patient’s consent to all steps has been a critical factor in enabling integrated care that does not detract from but strengthens the patient’s influence.
“We have also developed a user-friendly, digital handshake between care units to ensure that no patients fall between the cracks and that there is always a clear patient responsibility.”
Capio is the first healthcare provider to start using Doctrin Network. Leading Swedish care provider Praktikertjänst plan to start working with Doctrin Network in the spring, thereafter Doctrin Network will be rolling out across Doctrin’s wider Swedish and international clients.