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NHG expands in the Nordics

Finland’s leading company specialized in planning and development of healthcare and social services, takes a big leap to expand in the Nordics.

The Nordic Healthcare Group’s (NHG) Finnish offices are located in Helsinki and Turku, and now offices are also established in Stockholm, Sweden and Copenhagen, Denmark. The focus in Sweden and Denmark will be on solutions for benchmarking, quality development and prediction of patient flows.

Patient flows and prediction increasingly important

”For our customers, it is important to be effective and maintain a high quality level where the patient is in focus. Analysis tools are needed to make the right decisions, and to monitor the effects of changes. Impact and value are the core of our offering. There is an increasing need for benchmarking services, quality indicators in the primary care, and for prediction solutions. Our solutions are ready for international distribution”, says Vesa Kämäräinen, Group CEO at NHG.

A new key player in a growing team

Responsible for the operations in Sweden and Denmark is Raine Vasanoja, based in Stockholm. Raine has over 20 years of experience in business development and management within the private and public sectors. During the last three years he has worked within the healthcare sector, most recently as the Vice President Marketing & Sales at Prodacapo AB.

”We are pleased that it is Raine Vasanoja who is responsible for our establishment in Scandinavia. His background, network and reputation among the customers is an asset for NHG and our growing team, ”says Vesa Kämäräinen.

For more information, contact:

Nordic Healthcare Group Oy
Vesa Kämäräinen
Tel. +358 50 545 9025

NHG Sweden AB
Raine Vasanoja
Tel.+46 70 3105720

The Nordic Healthcare Group (NHG) is a fastgrowing company that provides advisory and research services, as well as solutions for benchmarking, predictive analytics and governance in the healthcare and social services sector. NHG has 100 employees in Stockholm, Helsinki, Turku and Copenhagen.

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