Exhibiting at the prominent medical-sector event, a first for Nortal, marks part of an effort to expand the company’s new presence in the German market.
Nortal’s primary goal at MEDICA will be introducing itself to potential partners, making contacts that eventually will develop into beneficial, long-lasting ties, according to Taavi Einaste, Head of Digital Healthcare at Nortal.
“With our recently founded German subsidiary, we’re investing in the market and are interested in establishing contacts and sustainable business relationships,” Einaste said in an interview for the event’s German-language newsletter.
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Bringing broad know-how
Nortal has been implementing large-scale projects in the medical field for more than 15 years, leveraging innovation in areas such as secure data exchange, electronic ID, analytics and privacy.
“We’re also experts in the field of secure digital identification for smartphone users, which is an important topic in healthcare,” Einaste told MEDICA.
Nortal’s position as a leading provider of HL7 FHIR-based data exchange solutions should make it particularly well poised to participate in Düsseldorf. Planned discussion topics include the challenges that companies and healthcare providers face with data exchange, as well as overall trends in the healthcare system.
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The company’s participation in MEDICA 2018 is supported by Enterprise Estonia, the state agency for promoting business.
Taavi Einaste is an expert in exporting world’s leading digitalization expertise across borders. Since joining Nortal in 2010, he has worked on numerous large-scale projects and reforms, including national level transformation projects in healthcare, public and private sectors. To find out more about Nortal’s offering in digital transformation in Germany, contact him via email.