Kolding Hospital has started a new initiative to help children overcome their fear of needles.
An innovative cancer treatment facility will open in Denmark as Aarhus University Hospital will open the doors to the first Danish centre for particle therapy, in October 2018.
Odense University Hospital has recently invested in an MR accelerator with the newest technology within radiation therapy for patients with cancer.
The municipality of Copenhagen and Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen have entered into collaboration on an ambitious and visionary agreement to strengthen prevention and treatment of patients with diabetes.
A new national strategy for digital health has been launched with the purpose to drive the sustainable development of the Danish healthcare system.
As the first hospital in Denmark, Aarhus University Hospital has received the H Analytics EMRAM Stage 6 certification due to great utilization of technology to improve patient safe medication.
The Ministry of Health has launched a new initiative that will contribute to a better work environment in maternity wards and better experiences for pregnant women.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves the disposable colonoscope by Danish company, Ambu, for use in the US.
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The Danish m-health company Monsenso has signed a co-operative agreement with a well-established Australian company with 55 years of experience within mental health benefits.