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WHAT

Onesys Oy (Onesys Medical) was born out of a university surgical navigator project and our namesake, the Oulu Neuronavigator System.

 

This first generation navigator - and one of the first such Surgical Navigator Systems (SNS) in the world - utilized a UNIX Workstation which gave us a start on the integration of images and medical records.

Our work today is focused primarily on the more advanced utilization of existing information, as well as working on the technological solutions this will no doubt require.

The Company has two primary segments: GUIs for clinical documentation and visualization, and a 3rd Generation SNS.

More about the Company here.

WHERE

Onesys Medical is a Finnish-American limited liability medical technology company headquartered in Myrskylä, Finland, registered in Helsinki, Finland.

Our work takes place on two continents and our R&D efforts span 3 decades.

You will find our technologies and invented methods in use today at any major hospital, and in just about any MRI machine's GUI.

WHY

We believe that medical technology is absolutely crucial for solving the future challenges placed upon welfare societies, and comprises perhaps the greatest opportunity for Finland in specific:

Adjusted for population, Finland employs just 10% per capita in medical technology compared to the United States.

 

Despite this, 40% of all high technology exports from Finland (half of which is to the USA) are in medical technology.

There is an incredible potential here for growth, and it is our view that Onesys technologies will be a big part of the chapter to come.

TEAM

John Koivukangas, CEO

|CV & List of Works / Publications

|Track record, Med Tech

Mikael Koivukangas, Head of R&D

 

Moro.

Available Today

Onesys Navigator-software (ON)

Onesys Medical Card (OMC)

In Development

Onesys Mobile Navigator (OMN)

3rd Generation Surgical Navigator

Opportunities for corporate collaboration:

"Product into the healthcare vertical"

"Integration with/to the EMR"

"Incorporating wellness-data into the national archive (Kanta) or Personal Health Record (PHR)"

For health care providers, we can help in:

Interoperability

Minimizing non-clinical work (admin)

Integrating multiple system workflows

Graphical User Interfaces

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