Cordian and Care IQ announce collaboration

Strategic partners Cordian and Care IQ are combining forces to find high quality and cost effective solutions for patients and providers.

The first results of this collaboration will be presented at the Symposium ‘Intramural Innovations for Extramural Care’ on 21 May 2014 at the High Tech Campus.

Cordian and Care IQ offer consultancy, implementation services, care innovation and care products to hospitals, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes, and providers of home care and care for the elderly and the disabled in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

The companies’ cumulative experience in health care will enhance the understanding of patient and staff experiences across care pathways. The challenges faced by patients, families and care providers serve as pointers for focused care efficiency. Optimization of care processes in turn results from a customized approach to integrate process improvement, technical innovation, and capacity planning.

Dr. Jan Nesvadba – technical director of Cordian BV -commented: "Cordian experienced the outstanding professional and broad knowledge of Care IQ in the health care sector during recent collaborations. Especially their insights in the hospital care sector, the continuum of care and Care IQ’s geographic footprint are good complementary capabilities to Cordian’s long-term care and home care knowledge base."
André van Est – founding partner of Care IQ – says: "Care IQ has been delighted with the entrepreneurial spirit found at Cordian. Cordian has a range of highly innovative and cost effective products such as the Care Monitor. Furthermore, Cordian actively seeks the collaboration with its clients and users in the market for continuous improvement, exemplified by a series of successful conferences and congresses they have organized. As well here we will join forces involving our complementary international care ecosystems."

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