Solutions for tomorrow deliver mobile X-ray units across entire Örebro region

Solutions for tomorrow have signed a frame agreement with Region Örebro. The frame agreement covers two years with an option for an additional two-year extension. To start with, four !M1 mobile x-ray units are on their way to Örebro University Hospital. Two of the units will put the !M1’s full potential use as they will be optimised to travel outside the hospital.

The mobile units will visit patients in nearby Kumla Prison. The !M1 provides hospital quality medical imaging in a mobile package. It features a unique battery developed in-house to meet the specific demands of x-ray imaging. This gives caregivers a quick and reliable imaging solution that will enhance care for patients at Kumla Prison. More collaborations between Örebro University Hospital and outside institutions are in the works.

The !M1 units will also be helping patients inside the hospital. The units can easily be wheeled into patients’ rooms as needed. This eliminates the risks involved in moving patients and significantly increases their comfort.

“We love this new collaboration with Örebro University Hospital for two reasons,” says Solutions for tomorrow CEO Mattias Guldstrand. “First, is that another great institution is putting their trust in us. And also because we made the !M1 to bring top quality imaging to patients wherever they are”.

Örebro University Hospital is one of Sweden’s seven prestigious University Hospitals. The hospital makes it a point to provide personal care and get close to their patients. Well over 200 years old, the hospital has continuously developed its range of services. Solutions for tomorrow are proud to work with such an institution and help elevate the quality of care each patient receives.

Solutions for tomorrow is a Swedish med-tech company dedicated to making advanced medical imaging available whenever and wherever patients need it. The company has established itself as a market leader in Scandinavia and has seen strong growth across North America, Europe and Asia.

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