Simplifai has entered into a strategic partnership agreement with the health care solution provider Avans Soma AS making them capable of using AI directly in their patient related solutions.
Avans Soma AS has its Headquarter in Dale in Sunnfjord, Norway, with offices also in Bergen and Oslo. The company’s majority owner is Carasent ASA, whose strategy is to develop and expand digitalization to help customers to offer efficient and quality insured health services.
Avans Soma AS is delivering digital health care solutions and tools in the Norwegian market in the segments social care, specialized rehabilitation, work rehabilitation, mental health care and substance abuse care.
Their technology platform connects the customer and provider of health care services with their end users and their need of secure data management.
As part of the agreement for, Avans Soma AS will include Simplifai’s AI-driven systems in its offering to support fully automated processes. The need of high availability, secure and automated solutions are fulfilled with this integration.
“We are very happy to get Simplifai’s solutions easily available in our platform. Documentation requirements in health care solutions including strict security measures is of high importance. Hence, Simplifai’s AI-driven technologies, which help our clients to automate these processes, could play an important role in automating and optimising an area where volume is the game changer,” says Avans Soma AS Department Manager Magnar Høyvik. “Firstly, the partnership will be tried out in Norway through Avans Soma AS. However, if the partnership with Simplifai AS is successful, there will be an extension of the partnership to other companies owned by Carasent ASA”.
Health Care solutions
«Our joint work with the customer Fretex and their need of high security for their document and communication processes, has really made a good ground for future collaboration with Avans Soma. We are very pleased to sign the partner agreement with Avans Soma and it supports Simplifai’s strategy to grow revenues in the health care sector.” Says Bård Myrstad, VP Simplifai.