Everon UK is excited to announce that we are a finalist in 2 categories for the Health Tech 2023 Awards:

About the Awards

With 1000 hours of judging and almost 200 judges from diverse backgrounds, the awards help to share and celebrate digital teams, programmes, innovations, and health tech suppliers that have made a difference throughout the year.

You can find out more about the awards here.

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Everon UK has been shortlisted as finalists for the 'Best use of Technology' award at this year’s HealthInvestor Seniors Housing Awards.

The awards recognises businesses that are excelling in the Seniors Housing Sector.

Pete Kerly, Everon UK Managing Director said:

"Everon UK being shortlisted is a testament to the fact that we are continually focused on delivering digital solutions that meet the needs of the vulnerable across the UK.

Without the dedication of the whole UK-based team, we would not be where we are today.

I am proud to be part of the team".

Find out more about our solutions here: https://everon.net/solutions/

Juha Sarsama has been appointed CEO of Everon Group as of July 1, 2023.

Everon is the European market leader in digital grouped living solutions for the elderly. Everon has been providing digital solutions since 2007 in Finland and Sweden and were introduced into the UK in 2019. Our work demonstrates that we can provide tailored solutions that are being used across 70,000+ clients across 3 countries.

Juha Sarsama has a Master of Laws and until recently, worked as the CEO of Ilmatar Energy. Prior to this, Juha worked for several years as the CEO of the Finnish publicly-listed private equity investor Panostaja Oyj. He is also chairman of the board of the publicly listed law firm Fondia Oyj and a member of the board of Business Finland Venture Capital Oy.

Commenting on the appointment, Mika Suomela, chairman of Everon's board and partner of Verso Capital said: "Juha's experience and know-how in managing and growing growth companies into leading international companies in their field is perfectly suited to Everon's rapid growth as one of the leading suppliers of technology solutions for elderly care in Europe”.

Commenting on his appointment Juha Sarsama said: "Everon's solutions enable better living for the elderly. The solutions are also important from the perspective of the national economy due to the growing population of the elderly in the western world. The positive impact of what we’re doing is apparent and I am proud to join Everon's journey and be part of a great organisation".

About Everon

Everon is the European market leader in digital grouped living solutions. Through significant investment in innovation over many years, our flexible, wireless, open platform provides personalised, trusted, and sustainable solutions that enhance life.

Everon uniquely invests 10% of its revenue in research and development pa. All systems can be quickly configured to suit specific client requirements in any care setting including care homes, assisted living, or at home.

Health, housing, and care partners can be reassured of the utmost quality, value for money, and future-proofed investment. With cloud-based, secure data sharing, our systems enable one holistic view and deliver proactive service models.

With the analogue to digital transition well on the way, it is crucial to have a risk register in place.

A risk register is a living document that identifies and assesses potential risks and provides a plan to mitigate them.

The transition from analogue to digital technology presents a number of risks, including data breaches, loss of data, and system downtime. These risks can significantly impact patient care and compromise patient safety. Therefore, having a robust risk register is essential to ensure that risks are identified, assessed, and mitigated to minimize the impact of any potential problems.

In addition to the risks mentioned above, there are other potential risks that must be considered during the analogue to digital transition, such as compatibility issues between different systems, inadequate cybersecurity measures, and human error. 

A thorough risk register should take all of these risks into account and provide a plan to mitigate them.

To ensure that the risk register is effective, it should include a detailed analysis of potential risks, their likelihood, and their impact on the system. It should also outline the measures that will be taken to mitigate each risk, the person responsible for implementing these measures, and the timeline for implementation. Furthermore, the risk register should be regularly reviewed and updated to ensure that it remains relevant and up to date.

Here are some of the reasons why a risk register is important. We’ve created an acronym to help (IPMMI):

  1. Identify Risks: A risk register helps to identify potential risks and uncertainties that may arise during the analogue to digital transition. This allows the organization to prepare and plan for potential issues in advance, reducing the likelihood of costly and disruptive problems.
  2. Prioritize Risks: The risk register allows organizations to prioritize risks according to their likelihood and impact on the organization. This helps the organization to allocate resources to the most critical risks first and ensures that the most important risks are addressed.
  3. Mitigate Risks: The risk register provides a framework for developing risk mitigation strategies, including identifying potential solutions and assigning responsibility for implementing them. This helps to reduce the likelihood and impact of potential risks.
  4. Monitor Risks: The risk register allows organizations to monitor risks throughout the analogue to digital transition, ensuring that any emerging risks are identified and addressed promptly.
  5. Improve Communication: The risk register can be used to improve communication between stakeholders, including staff, suppliers, and customers. This helps to ensure that everyone is aware of potential risks and the steps being taken to mitigate them.

Overall, a comprehensive and well-maintained risk register is vital during the ongoing transition from analogue to digital. By identifying and assessing potential risks and providing a plan to mitigate them, a risk register can help minimize the impact of potential problems on patient care and safety. This will ensure a smooth transition thereby reducing the likelihood of costly and disruptive problems.

If you would like to speak to Everon about supporting your transition from analogue to digital, you can do so here: https://everon.net/solutions/