Some project where we have used Test Driven Development
Three years and 300 000 €
Hannes Danilov, the member of the board at the Health Insurance Fund
We are pleased to say that we have a digital prescription system that is a model for other countries
In the search for efficiency and excellence, the Estonian Health Insurance Fund and the Ministry of Social Affairs started the project of e-Prescription in Estonia.
The paper prescription system, that was in use before, wasted the time of all parties involved in the prescribing and buying/selling of medications.
The scarce resource of a doctor’s appointment time was wasted on writing recurring prescriptions and the patients had to spend time waiting for their appointment.
Some prescriptions would get lost, some would include the wrong percentage of subsidy by the Health Insurance Fund. The collection of statistics and data is costly and all parties must waste time on reporting the same data at different times. The new system was designed as a centralized and paperless system to be used by all doctors, patients and pharmacies.
The central system was developed by the state in cooperation with Helmes. The information systems of medical practices and pharmacies were integrated and updated by their service providers. Helmes also developed a central online interface for doctors and pharmacies who have less prescriptions to process or whose developments were not ready by the time of launching e-Prescription.
Estonian Health Insurance Fund
Their mission is to cover the costs of 1,2 million people for their health services, to help prevent and cure diseases, finance the purchase of medicinal products and medicinal technical aids, and provide the benefits for temporary incapacity for work and other benefits.
Cees van Dijk, Senior Director Product & Development, Audatex Switzerland
The Helmes team truly understand our business and its requirements. They ask the right questions
Helmes is the no. 1 development partner of Audatex.
The project turnover surpassed has 2 million EUR. Over 50,000 man hours of work.
Audatex is the only global claims solutions provider serving the automotive industry, providing end-to-end claims solutions that connect insurers, repairers, vehicle manufacturers and other parties in the claims supply chain.
In addition to its prominent position in the automotive claims sector in the United States, Canada and more than 45 other countries, the company’s growing footprint extends to automotive-related financial services markets.
Audatex’s level of satisfaction with Helmes is high, cooperation is growing and Helmes is pleased to be working with a client who has high quality criteria.
Audatex provides solutions to insurance, assesors and vehicle repair industries, to handle claim settlement as efficiently as possible. The owner of the brand employ over 2000 people in more than 60 countries across 6 continents and have a global network of over 75,000 customers.
Helmes has partnered TeliaSonera’s Estonian affiliate for many years in developing a demand-driven supply chain management information system. In close cooperation with the client, the system was developed in order to minimize lost sales with the optimum amount of goods in stock at any time.
Satisfaction with the solution as well as a positive cooperation experience provided Helmes with the opportunity to present an offer in TeliaSonera’s central procurement of a Common Demand and Purchase
Planning Tool (CDPPT) which would:
- maintain maximum availability of consumer electronics;
- reduce man-hours spent fulfilling it; and
- develop an automated monitoring module so that errors in logistics processes would be discovered as soon as possible.
Competing with world-class software providers’ products, Helmes was chosen to develop a custom solution that would precisely reflect TeliaSonera’s innovative supply chain management process.
Compared to its competitors, Helmes offered maximum flexibility and agility, which were considered crucial when providing the shortest time to market in order to reduce the payback period of the investment.
TeliaSonera provides network access and telecommunication services that help people and companies communicate in an easy, efficient and environmentally friendly way.
European Regional Development Fund
Core bank information system, that covers an entire range of banking activities, including internet and analytical banking
- Distributed functional modules allow clients to implement the functionalities that are crucial and necessary for particular institution’s current activities (requirements change over time)
- Enables quick (even on-line) and cost-effective adjustments and changes to the system
- Supports business model of outsourcing different services
high capacity and possibility to distribute IT resources among different modules
Advantageous price and low initial investments for implementation and use of the system (suitable also for small and medium sized start-ups)
NASDAQ OMX Group
The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. is the world’s largest exchange company. It delivers trading, exchange technology and public company services across six continents, with approximately 3,600 listed companies
The Danske Bank Group, headquartered in Copenhagen, is the largest bank in Denmark and one of the leading financial enterprises in northern Europe.
SEB Banking Group
Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB is a Swedish financial group for corporate customers, institutions and private individuals with headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden.