“Future patient rooms” – an innovation project between Exonor and Uppsala University Hospital

A collaborative effort between Exonor and Innovation Akademiska has won a grant from Vinnova as part of their on-going support for testbeds in the area of healthcare and welfare. The project “Future patient rooms” aims to develop innovative ideas for patient-centered ICT-solutions. Together with market leaders in medical technology, patient representatives and clinicians, Exonor and Innovation Akademiska will look at how patient-centered IT in the hospital environment can help solve problem of today and tomorrow.

The project is part of nine projects in total that Innovation Akademiska will manage for the next three years. Vinnova will finance the project with 2,5MSEK for the first year. The projects are also funded by Regionförbundet Uppsala with 2MSEK, as well as through in-kind financing from partners for another 0,5MSEK.

For more info please contact Daniel Czermak Wänn and read the press release.


Vinnova is the Swedish governmental agency responsible for promoting sustainable growth by improving the conditions for innovations, as well as funding needs-driven research.

Innovation Akademiska is part of Uppsala University Hospital, responsible for promoting innovation amongst hospital employees, as well as promoting contact between the medical technology industry and the hospital.

Exonor delivers professional services to the Nordic e-Health industry. We have extensive and in-depth knowledge clinical applications, such as patient administrative systems, electronic medical records, and radiology/ laboratory systems. Our consultants have clinical and technical background.