Founded in 2005, ZiteLab has grown into a company with 10+ employees in 5+ countries.
We pride ourselves on our multiculturalism and view it - alongside the interdisciplinary background of several of our employees - as key in our academic attempt to bridge the gap between patients, healthcare providers and the IT systems that have grown into an indispensable part of the healthcare experience.
Together with our partners, we have developed clinical trial and disease registry solutions that are in use on local, regional, national and international levels in several languages.
As a part of our increased focus on eHealth, mHealth and patient engagement, we are proud to be a part of the Horizon 2020-funded consortium ELECTOR which, initially targeting patients with arthritis, is developing an eHealth platform that advances person-centred disease management.
We emphasize an agile, highly iterative development process. Our solutions are often developed on-site in direct collaboration with the IT departments, healthcare providers and patients that will support or use them.
We are committed to an as extensive as possible use of the HL7 FHIR® interoperatibilty standard across all of our solutions so they can seamlessly integrate with other healthcare platforms.
We underline the importance of regulatory compliance for clinical trials and quality management systems (QMS) during the life-cycle of our solutions. And furthermore have experience CE-marking medical devices (software).