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Co-creation and standardized working methods bring agility to the regulated MedTech world

MedTech as a business is changing and getting more complex. For example, the technical complexity and regulatory requirements are something that are increasing as we speak. At the same time there...

A long-term co-creation partnership as a common goal for GrainSense and Innokas Medical

Innokas Medical entered into cooperation agreement with Finnish company GrainSense Oy in 2016. The mutual interest for the companies is to develop a long-term, fruitful co-creation partnership,...

How to co-create medical devices in an agile way?

Across industries, the pace to introduce new products is increasing. This puts pressure to shortening the design and development cycles. Medical devices are no exception in this respect.

Innokas Medical is taking firm steps towards company’s 2020 targets

 Innokas Medical’s key figures for 2017 show that the constantly increasing competition in the field did not have a significant impact on Innokas; the company managed to increase its turnover. In...

The new software release including hospital configurable EWS functionality was developed with agile schedule

The Early Warning Score (EWS) is a medical solution taking risk management in healthcare to the next level. Innokas Medical and GE Healthcare have now developed the new version of the software...

The role of regulatory affairs and quality management is emphasized in future product development

“At Innokas Medical, everything begins with the quality built into our processes, products and services. The strong know-how we have in-house as well as the high standards of our daily operations...

Innokas Medical’s new strategy highlights partnerships

Innokas Medical, acting today as an independent subsidiary of Serres Group, has renewed its strategy during the spring and summer. With the new strategy Innokas aims to achieve the company’s new...

Innokas Medical’s Scandinavian growth strategy brings first customer from Denmark

Danish company RSP Systems selected Innokas Medical to develop a prototype for a non-invasive glucose monitoring device that has global market potential.

Lojer values Innokas Medical's customer-oriented operation, which is reflected by Innokas’ strong commitment to customer and customer’s needs

Lojer Group is the Finnish market leader in hospital and care equipment, and its operation is divided in three sections: healthcare, senior care and physiotherapy. Lojer develops, manufactures and...

Innokas Medical’s Tallinn factory enables the cost-efficient mass production of D-Fend Pro Water Traps to GE Healthcare

D-fend Pro Water Traps are designed to protect patient monitors from moisture, humidity and contaminants. Innokas Medical is GE Healthcare’s contract manufacturing partner, producing the product...

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