The ImagineCare platform

Our ambition has been to build the backbone of Patient Remote Monitoring in Sweden and globally. A high aim that is possible thanks to the complete flexibility, interoperability, and user experience of our platform. Our platform allows us to partner with the best actors in their respective fields and to create the best opportunities for every group of patients, individuals, and care units.


Our platform enables standardized and individualized health plans where the caregiver can decide what’s best for the situation. The standardized health flows allow predefined chronic desease plans, all possible to adjust for smaller patient groups or specific individual needs.


We have built the platform for full interoperability, where we store and expose data according to open standards, allowing full integration with, e.g., medical information systems and other care platforms. Care systems that talk to each other ease the healthcare staff and the patient. We welcome and support suppliers with different solutions to enable information flow through the healthcare ecosystem. You can read more about it in the Partner section.

User experience

The target for our platform has always been complete user friendliness for caregivers and patients – that is when RPM can make a genuine difference. Therefore, we’ve built the user experience with input from nursing staff, starting from their and their patients’ everyday needs.

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Classifications and standards

ImagineCare’s platform is developed with a high-quality focus and follows the following standards:

  • Quality, EN ISO 13485 (Medical devices – Quality Management Systems)
  • Software development, EN 62304 (Medical device software – Software life cycle processes
  • Medical Device Usability, EN 62366 (Medical devices – Application of usability engineering to medical devices)
  • Security, ISO/IEC 27001 (Information security, cybersecurity, and privacy protection)
  • Risk, EN ISO 14971 (risk management for medical devices)

We are currently in the process of MDR (Medical Device Regulation) certification, which needs to be in place by 2028 for MDR risk class IIa products (transition from MDD class I).

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