Dignio connects patients and healthcare professionals, and disrupts the traditional way of delivering health services making them more sustainable with better quality. Our platform for connected care is comprised of our cloud-based software, Dignio Prevent, the patient app MyDignio and our clinical methodology teamed with connected devices for medication and measuring. With daily monitoring and continuous, digital communication, patients feel secure and become more engaged in their own health.
We are a tight-knit group of enthusiasts with a passion for what we make and do. We are proud to be part of a strong, multi-disciplinary team and the dynamic culture we have developed.We believe diversity is the key, not only to a vibrant culture, but also to come up with the best ideas. Consequently we are always on the look-out for great minds from all genders and a variety of backgrounds, educations, beliefs and philosophies. You'll find us hereOur offices are located one hour from Oslo in one of Norway's largest and fastest growing cities. Here in Fredrikstad you'll find us right by the river in the historical building of the old Fredriksstad Motorfabrikk. We share the premises with a celebrated restaurant, renowned architects and a fashion retailer – all very cool and friendly people.Balance is blissThough our days are often hectic, we believe work-life balance is essential. We cherish flexibility and freedom to assess what works best on any given day, whether it is in the bustling office, working peacefully from home or finding inspiration together at a local café or the nearby Blender Collective – a coworking space where you will find some of our creative collaborators.International growthDuring the latter half of 2018 we had our international breakthrough with the signing of major contracts both in China and the UK. China is implementing the largest reform any health system the world has ever seen with “Healthy China 2030”, and both the brand new St. Mount Hospital in Shanghai and YiFang Group's "Health Valley" are using Dignio's platform to deliver remote care services to their chronically ill. Groundbreaking researchIn England, Birmingham Health Partners are about to embark on a study that will research gene and cell therapies. They will use Dignio's software, but in this case as a tool for monitoring patient reported outcomes. The results will pave way to new medicine that can completely alter the prognosis for, among others, some of the severest cases of cancer.Revolutionising health careIt may seem like a pretentious idea, but we believe we are getting there. By joining our team, you will have the chance, not only to make a significant impact on one of the world's largest sectors: health care, but also to contribute to the disruption of the way we traditionally deliver health care services.