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Impressive data from a pilot in Södertälje, Sweden, shows multiple benefits of using Evondos

Briefing | 10.11.2022

Results from a four-year-long evaluation of Nordic biotech company Evondos’ pharmaceutical robots by Capio Närsjukvård in Södertälje reveal that patients are happier, the working environment of healthcare staff improved and valuable time was freed up for staff to perform other important tasks by spending less time dispensing medicines.

Evondos and Group Saltó signed a frame agreement for health robotics cooperation in Spain

Briefing | 02.06.2022

Evondos, the leading provider of automated medicine dispensing services in the Nordics, and Group Saltó, a Spanish point of reference in technological services, have signed a frame agreement for cooperation in Spain. With the cooperation Evondos builds its capability to serve home care organizations in Spain. Evondos service ensures medicine adherence, safety, and support seniors to live independently at home.

Evondos secures €42M loan for global expansion plans

Briefing | 29.03.2022

Evondos has secured a €42M loan from funds managed by the BlackRock Private Credit platform, in support of its global growth plans. The company continues to enjoy robust growth

Evondos service implemented in Iceland

Briefing | 10.12.2021

Evondos services become truly Nordic, as the first medicine-dispensing robots and telecare services are implemented in cooperation with Icepharma to the residents in the City of Reykjavik’s home care services in November 2021.

Arvika is awarded for their work with Evondos medicine dispensing robots

Briefing | 29.10.2021

​​​​​​​Arvika municipality has the most medicine dispensing robots counted per inhabitants in Sweden. The municipality and the system administrator Elisabeth Lejroth are now awarded the eDiamond Award.

The value of medicine robots - IHE Report summary

Briefing | 17.09.2021

Municipalities and regions in Sweden face increasing challenges as the population grows and the proportion of the elderly in the population grows.