A lot will happen in the health and medical care sector in Sweden over the next few years. Now, Cerner is equipped with a new leader.
“Patients should get increased quality and greater opportunities to gain control of their own health, this will be an important part of our mission,” says Carolina Wallenius, incoming general manager.
Cerner is one of the world's leading providers of e-health solutions and continues to grow globally. Sweden, the Nordic region and Europe are important and prioritised markets, with major investments being made. Cerner is developing thorough, value-driven partnerships and combines local and global experience. To develop and operate this work in Sweden, Carolina Wallenius has been appointed general manager for Cerner in Sweden. She will take office on 1 February 2019.
“We are in a very important time for the development of the Swedish healthcare system. Cerner plays a central role in this development. We are increasing our market share and the Swedish organisation is growing. Carolina Wallenius’ competence and experience in Swedish healthcare will take our organisation to the next level,” says Amanda Green, vice president, Nordics and Benelux.
Carolina Wallenius has significant experience as a leader in large organisations, both Swedish and global. She has been one of the driving forces behind significant development and improvement strategies within Region Stockholm. She has also worked on introducing a value-driven and patient-centred approach to primary care.
“Cerner stands for the future of health and medical care, where innovation and development are created in partnership between care, patient and company. I am proud to be a part of Cerner and contribute to the realisation of visions for healthcare. I have great confidence that, together with the health and medical care, we will succeed with the important task we are facing to increase the quality and make the care available,” says Carolina Wallenius, incoming general manager.
Cerner builds positive and long-term partnerships to create value for healthcare. Our intelligent platforms and services are used at over 27,500 healthcare facilities worldwide. By connecting people, information and healthcare facilities, we help to manage the health of 110 million citizens globally. Together with customers and industry partners, we integrate entire health systems so that they can deliver smarter, value-based care, produce better results and proactively manage and improve the health of individuals and entire communities.