Carasent Appoints Stefan Jernberg as Chief Compliance Officer

Carasent is delighted to welcome Stefan Jernberg as the group's new Chief Compliance Officer. Stefan brings a wealth of experience and expertise in compliance, having a strong background in software development, MedTech, and extensive knowledge of regulatory frameworks.

Operating in a regulatory-heavy environment with a focus on handling sensitive data, Carasent understands the importance of meeting the high demands for regulatory compliance from its clients. The appointment of Stefan Jernberg as Chief Compliance Officer underscores the company’s commitment to staying adept at regulatory issues, ensuring it continues to deliver secure and compliant solutions.

– I am very pleased to have Stefan join our team. Regulatory compliance and security are paramount questions to us and our customers. Our expertise on these issues is also an important sales argument, says CEO Daniel Öhman.

Having led software development and regulatory projects in various industries, including MedTech, Stefan brings a wealth of experience to Carasent. His previous roles involved obtaining certification for Medical Device Software according to MDR class IIa, and he has also worked with GDPR and information security compliance.

– I had heard of Carasent and Webdoc in my previous employments and have been keen to learn more about the company. With each meeting with the people at Carasent my interest in the company increased, Stefan says. I can see how my previous experience can be of great value for Carasent and how this position will allow me to further grow my knowledge and experience in compliance.

Stefan emphasizes the significance of compliance in the healthtech sector, citing it as one of the most crucial trends.

– With the growing digitalisation in healthcare and increased cyber threats globally, adherence to regulations is paramount for delivering safe and effective IT solutions. The biggest takeaway that I bring is that compliance is a strategic initiative, and it has to be an integral part of the whole company’s way of working.

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