PKB is providing an API for decryption tokens. This allows mass registration of patients by letter-printing companies, patient kiosk vendors and hospital IT departments. The
In September 2016 we published a 6-month roadmap. We delivered the following from that roadmap: Server upgrades and speed improvements in January 2017 that tripled
In April we will roll out deceased patient functionality. When a patient dies PKB handles their record differently. Logging in with the patient’s username and
In April we will roll out the disable sharing feature. This lets adults stop any sharing of their record with anyone, even in emergency situations.
In January we completed a major upgrade of PKB’s servers and architecture. One effect of this has been to dramatically improve end-user performance by minimising
The average Norwegian has 33 apps on their smartphone. Their combined terms and conditions are longer than the New Testament. No one has time to