Knowledge is power: Diaverum presents d.ACADEMY at ERA/EDTA in Vienna
Munich / Vienna, 20 May 2016 – Diaverum, one of the world’s leading renal care providers, is presenting its service portfolio and the new education programme d.ACADEMY at the ERA/EDTA 2016 in Vienna. The international provider cares for more than 29 000 patients in 350 clinics in Europe, Middle East/Asia, Latin America and Australia/New Zealand.
“ERA/EDTA is an important venue for us to meet the leading nephrologists and the best medical professionals as well as our business partners. We are looking forward to discuss the upcoming challenges, opportunities and solutions in the renal care market with them”, says Dag Andersson, CEO and President of Diaverum. “To improve quality of life for renal patients, we are bringing different medical disciplines and services together and coordinating patient care”.
“We strongly believe in education, and therefore we have created a unique education programme for clinicians, nurses and patients: d.ACADEMY. This virtual university delivers state-of-the-art education at the right place and right time for our people”, explains Professor Giovanni Strippoli, Chairman of the d.ACADEMY. “All our educational activities pursue the clear goal of improving medical outcomes and quality of life for renal patients.”
Diaverum will also present two posters with data of scientific research run in Diaverum kidney centers at the ERA/EDA 2016 on Sunday, 22 May (SP 607) and Monday, 23 May (MP 597).
The exhibition starts on Saturday, 21 May 2016 and ends on Tuesday, 24 May. The Diaverum booth is situated in hall x2, booth Number 2.350. Visitors are welcome to learn more about Diaverum and to meet the Diaverum experts and the top management team.
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At Diaverum, our mission is to improve the quality of life for renal patients by revitalising them both physically and emotionally. Being one of the world’s leading renal care providers, Diaverum offers a holistic approach, from preventive and early stage renal care to all renal replacement therapies. As a product independent provider — the largest in Europe — we are able to focus solely on caring for the individual needs of our patients. Our experience in renal care dates back 20 years, when the first dialysis clinic was established, previously under our former name Gambro Healthcare. Today, 9,000 employees care for 29,000 patients in 20 countries in Europe, Latin America, Middle East/Asia and Australia/New Zealand. Diaverum has its roots in Lund, Sweden and a corporate office located in Munich, Germany.