• us13
  • us12
  • us18
  • amPHI2
  • us8
  • us7
  • us14
  • us16
  • us1
  • Treat 1
  • uss10
  • us15
  • us17
  • us11
  • us9

About Projects

All Judex development is done in close cooperation with our business partners using the MI-way project guidelines ensuring quality and costs. A project can span from developing a totally new product from idea to production or it can consist of solving some kind of technical issue like connecting a medical device to Hospital Information System or writing a device driver. Projects originate from commercial actors as well as from the research community or as ideas from individuals involved with healthcare.

Advisory Board

The Advisory Board consists of senior staff, representing a cross section of the necessary skills for a successful project implementation. All new projects are reviewed by the Advisory Board at start up defining a project road map, identifying possible issues and main concerns and allocating resources. The Advisory Board does regularly review project status, Gate Keeping, and can also be invoked on a when needed basis by the project manager. Gate Keeping is a method assuring that the development proceeds as planned both in time and functionality and if not to identify problem areas and give early warnings.

MI-way

MI-way is a structured project management strategy consisting of a well-defined set of guide lines and tools specially adopted for Judex's business area. It is easily scalable to suite large as well as small projects and is a guarantee for an optimized quality assured development. MI-way is based upon Steve McConnell's project model, combined with our own long experiences within this field.

Realization

Efficient development is achieved by using the experience of similar development tasks and the use of the existing extensive library of common components like, HIS connections, hardware interfaces, signal analysis, multi-language support etc.

Outsourcing

Some projects will include tasks involving special resources, like graphical design, special hardware development etc. Over time we have developed a network of external companies, specializing in a wide area of activities, which we can involve on an as needed basis allowing for very flexible and economical solutions.

Project Examples

Here is a selection of Judex projects with a short description:

  • amPHI is a system that continuously synchronizes medical information between an ambulance and the emergency ward making it possible to optimize treatment and use of resources.
  • Treat is a highly advanced decision support system assisting in the optimization of the use antibiotics, also known as Antimicrobial Stewardship.
  • Stay@Home is a Home Care concept making it possible to move healthcare to the patient home through the use of telemedicine.
  • MusicaHumana is a clinical database aimed at investigating how sounds and music in various therapeutic situations can decrease patient stress and anxiety and improve their recovery.
  • DagKir is a ward system aimed at ambulatory surgery, optimizing the whole patient treatment workflow and process.
  • MI-ro is a modular system for Anesthesia and Surgery departments used for a multitude of tasks such as a quality assurance, registration of time and resources, surgery scheduling etc.
  • HyskoBase is a nationwide clinical quality database for Operative Hysteroscopy and Transcervical Surgery.