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09Jun 17

Collaboration with Health Innovation Campus Veldhoven, The Netherlands

Looking forward to drive video capsule service innovation in The Netherlands in collaboration with the Health Innovation Campus in Veldhoven.

New resident MMC incubator: CorporateHealth International

In the MMC Incubator, a number of companies have been established, which, in cooperation with the hospital and specialists in Máxima Medical Center, further develop their product.

CorporateHealth International provides IT-enabled health services that can scale. The first service offering targets Video Capsule Endoscopy: A procedure that uses a vitamin-sized capsule camera to investigate the lower gastrointestinal tract to replace invasive procedures like colonoscopies for initial diagnosis and surveillance. What typically is a labor intensive procedure where a doctor might have to spend up to 2 hours to analyse a video is delivered by CorporateHealth as a highly-productive, top quality, outsourced service.

By leveraging digital health IT and supply chain management solutions, CorporateHealth’ telemedical video capsule endoscopy can scale from individual practice level to whole nation screening programs. This results in lower costs, less risk for patients, and shorter waiting lists. The medical experts can then spend more time on patients and focus on challenging interventions.

CorporateHealth International was founded 2014 in Odense, Denmark, has their diagnostic team in Hamburg, Germany, and operates in various different European countries. In close collaboration with MMC a tailored solution for the Eindhoven Region, Brabant and eventually all of The Netherlands is being created to bring more innovative health technology into gastrointestinal disease management.

www.corphealth.co

Dutch contact: info@corphealth.nl

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31May 17

Scotland Expansion

Proud to talk about how the strong support from Highlands and Islands Enterprise brought us to expand in Inverness, Scotland:

LIFE SCIENCES

Danish life science company locates to Inverness Campus

The expansion of the life science sector at Inverness Campus is taking another step forward with the announcement of thirty new jobs.

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03Apr 17

Remote Video Capsule Endoscopy on Scottish TV

Remote VC in Ullapool

Enabled by CorporateHealth, GP Richard Weekes can deliver video capsule endoscopy in rural Ullapool in the Scottish Highlands. The GI consultant at the hospital in the city of Inverness is medically in charge to diagnose the GI condition, but the GP keeps the patient relationship.

CorporateHealth managed the infrastructure set-up, provides remote assistance and analyses the videos.

Thanks to Innovate UK Catapult Satellite Applications and Highlands and Islands Enterprise to make this happen.

12Oct 16

Danish TV 2 @ CorporateHealth HQ

On August 10th, Danish TV2 has visited CorporateHealth in our headquarter in Odense and interviewed Mads Ramussen, Chairman and lead investor from Welfare Tech Invest / Accelerace, as well as our nurses Margit Ipsen and Jane Holt. The segment tells the story of the investment we received from Vaeksfonden of Denmark and what CorporateHealth does to make capsule endoscopy possible at scale.

Watch here

15Jun 15

CIMT: Colonic Capsule Endoscopy (CCE) for screening of colorectal cancer

Pilot study: Using video capsule for colon examination of citizens with a positive screening sample.

Colorectal cancer is one of the most common cancers in Denmark. To reduce the incidence rate, a national screening test (to be performed at home) was initiated in April 2014 for citizens aged 50 to 74.

The screening programme has caused a rise in the number of people needing a colonoscopy in the hospital to determine whether they have cancer or early stages of cancer, because the screening procedure often shows positive results. Both the screening test (submission of faeces sample) and colonoscopies are very uncomfortable and represent a great burden on the healthcare system. In addition, colonoscopies carry a considerable risk of serious complications and are very expensive. For this reason there is a great necessity to explore simpler and cheaper ways to test and diagnose patients. …PillCam w text

 

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