Jelgava City Hospital and Inicare to conduct clinical pilot

Inicare is proud to announce that is has been invited to work with Jelgava City Hospital in a clinical pilot.

It is the result of the 3 month innovation program Open Health Labs that started last September with the  Jelgava City Hospital challenge to deploy a tool for continuous monitoring of health conditions of inpatients.

Over the next months Inicare and Jelgava City Hospital will closely work together to ensure that the co-operation will be a success.

Inicare CEO Maarten Meelkop:

“ We look forward to working with the Jelgava City Hospital team in deploying our solution on the internal medicine ward and see its impact on workload for the nurse”.

Aelita Plinta, Medical Doctor and Quality Director at Jelgava City Hospital adds:

“ I have complete confidence in a positive outcome of our innovation challenge and already see a lot of potential moving forward beyond the pilot horizon”.

Open Health Labs is a digital innovation pilot program launched by The National Health Service of Latvia in cooperation with Helve to create synergy between startups and Latvian medical institutions. 

Jelgava City Hospital (JCH) is one of 7 regional multi-profile hospitals in Latvia, with over 250 inpatient beds across nine specialization departments. As a hub of the entire Zemgale region, JCH aims to adopt solutions for inpatient monitoring during the treatment period to improve the efficiency and quality standard of its healthcare operations across all hospital departments.

Inicare is an innovative provider of smart monitoring solutions that advance patient care. Inicare solutions help to automate continuous vital signs monitoring of patients in general wards in the clinic or at home.