Quretec offers software development services for creating custom information systems – project management, analysis, development, testing.
Qure Platform enables us to create secure and reliable web-based mobile friendly information systems with reasonable time and resources.
We have built and integrated several health registers, databases, and biobank information systems and we have long experience in health data management.
We offer laboratory information systems based on Qure Plaform, customized for specific processes in public and private sector.
Quretec's sofware has been used for conducting several pharmaceutical, epidemiological and statistical studies and surveys.
We help to create inormation systems that are customized to support companies processes and specific requirements. – HR, CRM, order management etc.
TALIS – the information system of the Health Board's laboratories helps to get rid of obsolete technological solutions in the fields of food chemistry, microbiology, cosmetics and clinical microbiology, and enables the transition to electronic procedures, higher service quality and cost savings through new technological solutions.
In the Patient Portal, the user can check their medical data, book an appointment to a specialist doctor via the national e-booking system , submit declarations of intention, appoint representative(s) for themselves, and perform actions for people who they represent.
Health and Welfare Information Systems Center pseudonymization tool, that replaces data presented as a closed list (personal identification code, nationality, religion, medicine, diagnosis, document number, etc.) with a code that is different for the same value of the data element. The codes are taken from the HSM and are not repeatable outside the system. The pseudonym also allows you to aggregate pseudonymous data from different databases and data owners in a pseudonymous form.
The register manages information about real estate owned and used by the state, related procedures, contracts and reports.
The application for data collection and feedback of personalized health information. Project is supported by Norway Grants Green ICT programme.
The traffic information application of Estonian Transport Administration – Smart Road – provides road users with information about traffic restrictions, road works, and road conditions. Smart Road helps you to plan a safer and more efficient journey.
The project aims to improve the availability of evidence-based migraine treatment by creating a fully digital and cost-effective digital headache clinic consisting of a patient's mobile application and a specialist's desktop connected to each other. Project is supported by Norway Grants Green ICT programme.