Nine years ago, Henric Carlsson highlighted the problem of keeping medical record systems current. At the time, he was working with the introduction of new drugs and was in daily contact with personnel at different levels of health care.
His ideas and thoughts were refined. By the spring of 2006, the time was ripe – Henric founded Conscriptor and started working with medical record management, with both on-site staffing and off-site medical record management.
Since then, Conscriptor has grown rapidly. Today, the company works with county councils, hospitals, and health care centers from Gällivare in the north of Sweden to Malmö in the south. Each year, Conscriptor's more than 200 medical secretaries write up as many as two million medical records for more than 4,000 different doctors. The latest addition was the acquisition of MedSpeech – specialists in speech recognition and an important part of the puzzle for the future Conscriptor.
Henric Carlsson's entrepreneurial spirit continues to flourish, such as through his broad involvement in health care, field-testing the future of patient-oriented administration. Conscriptor utilizes these experiences to further develop its services.
The enormous amounts of data generated by keeping medical records also offer the opportunity to reveal patterns, compile statistics, and develop tools to help the wheels of health care turn faster. A number of exciting tools are on their way to market.
Concentrating on what you do best and delegating peripheral services to specialists is nothing new. However, within health care it provides unusually large benefits. This is why we have coined a phrase that permeates everything Conscriptor does:
More care. Less administration.