A handbook for information-driven healthcare
Are you working within healthcare and wondering how you can best use AI, overcome legal barriers, and start working more data-driven to initiate the change towards information-driven and personalized healthcare?
The handbook and course are only available in Swedish.
AI Sweden, together with our partners Vinnova, Region Halland, Halmstad University, SKR (Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions), and Karolinska University Hospital, has published a handbook in this very area.
How can I get a copy of the book?
Digital Course Version
- A condensed digital course version of the handbook, adapted for mobile use, is also available for free, with AI-supported individualization provided by Sana Labs.
- Here you can download a PDF version of the printed book with a clickable table of contents.
- The book is free, and physical copies can be obtained by arrangement with our contacts at AI Sweden's office.
- Leap for Life at Halmstad University can also distribute books. Contact Anne-Christine Hertz by email: email@example.com
(Please note that the book and course are currently only available in Swedish)
More about the book
A Handbook for Information-Driven Healthcare is based on the experiences of healthcare providers who have already gone through this process and are implementing AI support in clinical practice. Thanks to these insights, other stakeholders do not have to reinvent the wheel but can learn from those who have gone ahead and are leading the way!
The handbook is part of AI Sweden's sector initiative, Informationdriven healthcare. The goal is to transform Swedish healthcare to offer more information-driven, personalized, and scalable care with the support of AI. The result is more efficient healthcare resources and improved working conditions for healthcare professionals, ultimately leading to better health for residents.
The handbook describes solutions that have proven to work in clinical practice and demonstrates how to handle relevant areas such as legal regulations, personal privacy, leadership, data management, and more.
The book was developed in collaboration with numerous organizations across Sweden and co-authored by 13 senior experts in various fields:
Markus Lingman – Senior Physician, Strategist, Associate Professor, and part of the hospital management at Hallands Hospital, named AI Swede of the Year 2020.
Martin Engström – Medical Doctor, Associate Professor, Specialist in Anesthesia and Intensive Care, Director of Health and Medical Care, Region Halland, Associate Professor, Lund University.
Magnus Clarin – Head of the School of Information Technology, Halmstad University.
Ola Lövenvald – Data Scientist and Data Warehouse Architect.
Sebastian Berg och Carina Sigridsson – Data Protection Officers for Region Halland, TechLaw Lawyers.
Håkan Nilsson – Controller and Analyst in Health and Medical Care, Region Halland.
Mattias Ohlsson – Professor in Information Technology, Halmstad University.
Torkel Strömsten – Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics, Platform Director, Mistra Center for Sustainable Markets.
Magnus Clarin - Academic Head of the School of Information Technology, Halmstad University.
Petra Svedberg – Professor of Nursing at Halmstad University.
Jens Nygren – Professor of Health Innovation at Halmstad University.
Tomas Borgegård – Innovation Leader, Karolinska University Hospital.
Peter Losman – Procurement Manager for Medical Technology Equipment, Region Stockholm.
Kye Andersson – Chief Product Officer & Co-founder, Canucci, former Head of Major Impact Initiatives, AI Sweden
Click on the image below to watch our launch webinar from October 5th about the handbook with Markus Lingman, Martin Engström, Petra Svedberg, Tomas Borgegård, and Kye Andersson.