The Centre for Health Innovation works towards a more sustainable organization of health services in Norway.
The center connects users, relatives, volunteers, municipalities, hospitals, research environments, educational environments and health entrepreneurs by being an arena for interaction and through projects. An important part of the center's work is to assist in broadening welfare technology solutions, as well as managing welfare technology for our customers. The Centre for Health Innovation is a hub between citizens and private and public societal actors, within the focus areas of interaction, health and welfare technology, health care and public health. All activity at the Centre for Health Innovation is brought back to owners, collaborators and the community in the form of new interaction, health and welfare technology, and better public health.
Together with our owners, partners and the people who live in our community, we seek to find new solutions for national health challenges through knowledge, research, development and innovation.
We continue to have new and exciting projects underway to achieve more innovative and sustainable health services in Norway.
With the help of welfare technology, we wish to help older people live home for longer. The Centre for Health Innovation operates a 24-hour response center.
In order to develop good health services, it is important to stay focused on what promotes health and what prevents disease.
The Centre for Health Innovation works towards an increased industry related to health, and for better interactions between healthcare businesses and providers, users and relatives.
Welfare technology is solutions that promote independence, safety, activity and community participation for the recipients.
Welfare technology solutions cannot replace human care, but they can help increase the experience of coping, and raise the quality of life for the recipients through increased independence.