Ericsson Nikola Tesla Implements e-Health in Belarus

Ericsson Nikola Tesla Implements e-Health in Belarus

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Ericsson Nikola Tesla concluded a business deal worth almost HRK 370 million regarding the implementation of the Central Software Platform for the Centralized e-Health System in the Republic of Belarus. The contract is the result of a two-stage bidding process within the scope of the World Bank project „Belarus Health System Modernization Project”, financed by a loan of the International Bank for the Reconstruction and Development.

The contract was signed by the Republican Scientific and Research Center for Medical Technologies, Informatization, Administration and Management of Health, which is an agency of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus. The planned duration of the platform implementation project is 2.5 years, and the Contract also includes a 3-year warranty period.

“I am proud of such an important contract in the field of eHealth, which represents an additional confirmation of our references in this field, both in Croatia and abroad. The fact that the World Bank recognized us as a quality partner shows that our focused strategy in this segment, as well as many years of our company’s investments in creating a strong team of experts with the necessary knowledge, brings new success. In this project, special attention is given to risk management considering the project’s complexity and the specific situation,” said Gordana Kovačević, the president of Ericsson Nikola Tesla.

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