TietoEnator to deliver comprehensive patient information system to Finnish Defence Forces

TietoEnatorTietoEnator will provide the Finnish Defence Forces with a centralised patient information system. The system will be used for conscripts' appointments as well as in occupational healthcare, and it will replace the previously used garrison based system.

The new patient information system will be TietoEnator's Doctorex system which integrates software especially designed for military personnel's appointments, which TietoEnator has previously delivered to the Finnish Defence Forces. The solution also enables digital communication with both public and private healthcare units.

"A comprehensive and centralised patient information and care management system supports the daily work of nurses and doctors. Integration of Doctorex into the system specially designed for the appointments of conscripts improves the management of the healthcare of the conscripts and regulars, regardless of location," says Petri Turtiainen, Director, TietoEnator.

TietoEnator is a leading supplier of IT services for the social welfare and healthcare sectors in Europe. The Doctorex system is the leading patient information system designed for the Finnish private healthcare sector. TietoEnator has over 30 years of experience in IT solutions for healthcare and welfare services and it employs 1,200 experts in seven countries. The group has customers operating in these sectors in eleven countries.

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TietoEnator is among the leading architects in building a more efficient information society and one of the largest IT services companies in Europe. TietoEnator specialises in consulting, developing and hosting its customers' business operations in the digital economy. The Group's services are based on a combination of deep industry-specific expertise and latest information technology. TietoEnator has 15 000 experts in more than 25 countries.
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