Succce started in 2014 when we, based on a need basis from the intensive care unit, developed a concept where smart technology is used to reduce stress for patients, relatives and health care workers.
With headquarters in Karlskrona, Sweeden - a place with great knowledge in software development - we have a huge potential to succeed in reaching the market.
The company currently engages more than 22 people in different divisions of work, from software development and customer contacts to research. The inspiror to the project, Arnstein Njåstad, worked with IT in healthcare in the early nineties and has helped to launch several successful IT solutions in healthcare.
The founder of SUCCCE AB, Nordic Industry Consulting, started together with Blekinge County Council, Fujitsu, HiQ, Avalon and Google a project to conduct a feasibility study on how to meet the IVA requirement to present critical and relevant data to caregivers without disturbing audible alarm and flashing screens.
SUCCCE is a hands-free, advanced decision support tools for alarm management that provide physicians and other health professionals direct access to alarms from medical facilities as well as adequate medical information about the patient on a couple of smart glasses head-up display.
Smart glasses are worn just like regular prescription glasses. One can best describe them as a development of the smartphone - a way to freely access data without looking at and pressing a handheld device. A head-up display shown just above the eye presents the data in the field of view without disturbing the visibility.
What we do
Smart Use of Communication in Complex Care Environments.
Solving issues by presenting assigned medical practitioners with the correct medical information in the appropriate time.
By introducing SUCCCE in an organization we can offer many values for the customer, values that usually are difficult to achieve with the solutions already implemented in the organization.
- Improved work environment
- Reduced alarm stress
- More interesting workplace – soft values and reduced recruitment costs
- Better use of human resources – reduced personnel costs
- Increased access to hospital beds with more efficient use
- Reduced time from alert to decisions about medical intervention and subsequent treatment
- Shorter hospital stays – reduced costs and improved patient experience
- Increased quality of selected medical intervention
- More efficient care – lower health care costs per care days care hours
- Fewer mistakes in care – reduced costs and soft values for the patient
- Increased patient safety
- Improved patient and family environment
- Reduced alarm stress – fewer add-on diseases, lower costs and soft values
- Reduced risk of infections
- Safer environment