Cambio Healthcare Systems open office in Denmark
Cambio Healthcare Systems (Stockholm, Sweden) is launching a subsidiary in Denmark with offices in Århus. Steffen Lerche, 45 years old, will join the company as Managing Director for the Danish operation. He comes most recently from his position as National Account Executive at SAS Institute.
Swedish Cambio Healthcare Systems develops and delivers IT systems to county and regional authorities and large private healthcare organisations in Sweden, Denmark and the United Kingdom. Now the company’s sights are on the Nordic region.
“We believe there is great potential in the Danish market. As a market leader in the Nordic region and with a large customer base in Denmark, increasing our presence there is a natural step,” says Tomas Mora Morrison, CEO of Cambio Healthcare Systems.
The Cambio COSMIC e-health system is already being used in the Region of Southern Denmark (the company’s biggest customer), by the Danish Armed Forces and by the Faeroe Islands.
“We also believe there is great potential in other Danish regions and the southern parts of Sweden. We find ourselves in a time when IT is a crucial factor in the development of the healthcare sector. As part of Cambio Healthcare Systems, I believe we have the most qualified talent and the best systems,” says Steffen Lerche, the new Managing Director for Cambio Healthcare Systems in Denmark.
Steffen Lerche has a long professional background in e-health from his years at IBM/Acure, CSC Scandihealth and most recently SAS Institute. He is well known in the industry as a spokesman for the medical suppliers association V-Chi Leverandørsforum and also as a member of several boards and steeringcommitees.
“We are very proud and happy that Steffen Lerche will be at the helm from the beginning and we know that his talent and experience will help bring about our anticipated expansion in Denmark,” says Tomas Mora Morrison, CEO of Cambio Healthcare Systems which has its head office in Linköping, Sweden.
Source: Cambio Healthcare Systems