What we offer
KMD is one of Denmark’s largest IT and software companies delivering solutions for the local government, central government and private markets.
The future challenges with an increasing number of tasks and decreasing resources requires a novel approach. KMD Nexus is a strong, well proven solution that ensures consistency across healthcare, welfare and social services, to meeting the challenges faced by the public sector.
KMD Nexus can digitize and integrate activities across professional healthcare areas, in order to meet citizens with a comprehensive plan, and to optimize results. You can work with a single plan across different professional areas and you can work within a single care pathway. You will be assisted in creating an overview of efforts and their results.
Our goal is to drive results by providing a coherent overview of the citizen-related aid across the organization, and to involve citizens as an active party.
Digital support for relatives frees up staff resources
Relatives of elderly citizens have embraced a new platform that allows them to check on the health and well-being of their family members. The municipality of Fredericia in the Region of Southern Denmark has had a very positive response to a new digital platform for elderly citizens and their relatives. The web-based solution, KMD Nexus Citizen
portal, enables elderly citizens and their relatives to check on a number of care-related issues – from medical prescriptions to scheduled visits by home-care staff. The portal is accessible via a cell phone, tablet or desktop computer and is particularly popular among relatives who account for 75 percent of the users. “Relatives are incredibly happy with the possibilities this solution offers. In particular, they use the portal to check on their elderly family members as not everyone has the opportunity to visit their family frequently, for example due to geographical distances.” – Bodil Grøn, Project Manager in Care in the Municipality of Fredericia. The solution has made everyday life easier for the home-care staff, because they get fewer ‘routine’ phone calls from relatives who want to know how things are. This has freed up time and added resources to develop new service initiatives. An analysis published in co-operation with the DaneAge Association concludes that, on a national level, the majority of relatives demand more digital tools in everyday life to support their elderly family members. The learnings from Fredericia will now be used to
further develop digital solutions in the rest of Denmark.