Context sensitive communications system for clinical environments
CallMeSmart is a lightweight and cost-effective smartphone system for modernising communications in hospitals and clinics. It provides secure smartphone communications for clinicians, an intelligent communications routing system minimising interruptions and simple tools to organise communications according to departmental tasks, roles and responsibilities.
CallMeSmart AS is a software and communication products company established in 2015 to complete the development of the CallMeSmart technology into a market ready product, and to bring it out to hospitals and clinics globally.
We currently have installations in 2 hospitals in Norway and 2 new installations underway in Chile, where we are working with a dedicated partner to bring CallMeSmart to Latin America and the Caribbean.
If you are interested in using CallMeSmart in your hospital, would like to partner with us to bring CallMesmart to your region or would like to support our efforts to scale our impact globally, we would love to hear from you.
RESEARCH based innovation for Healthcare
CallMeSmart was developed from research into context aware communications, undertaken at the Norwegian Center for E-health Research, that dates back to 2007. The research is led by CallMeSmart inventor Dr. Terje Solvoll and has been conducted in collaboration with clinicians at the University Hospital of Northern Norway (UNN) and St. Olavs University Hospital in Trondheim.
Through research we know that the combination of multitasking (carrying out multiple tasks simultaneously) and interruptions is one of the major sources of stress in the clinical working environment and of medical faults. Callmesmart context sensitive communication system is built upon the understanding of these clinical challenges. It contains a contextual rule framework that enhances reachability and decreases the number of interruptions experienced by clinicians.
Northern Innovation with global healthcare benefits
CallMeSmart AS is a start-up company from Norinnova Technology Transfer AS and the University Hospital of Northern Norway (UNN), based in Tromsø. The technology was developed through research at the Norwegian Centre for E-health Research (NSE), formerly Norwegian Centre for Integrated Care and Telemedicine.