A new visionary report on future challenges and opportunities in the Danish healthcare system by 2030 has just been published and will be presented at this year’s Hospital + Innovation Congress during WHINN.
A Danish case study pioneers hospital logistics with the development of robots to transport hospital beds for cleaning.
A German delegation visits Denmark to learn about hospital construction and Danish experiences with outpatient treatment and acute care.
According to Danish research, there might be side benefits associated with the use of vaccines. New results offer a new perspective on existing recommendations within healthcare.
Region of Southern Denmark was recently granted an acknowledged design award by the International Academy for Design & Health in the cathegory Mental Health Project.
A delegation from the Ministry of Health from Singapore visits Denmark to learn more from the Danish experience with e-health and telemedicine.
According to AllTrials Transparency Index, Danish pharmaceutical companies hold a top position in their willingness to share clinical data with the public.
University Hospital Aarhus are treating patients with a warm chemotherapy bath that give less side effects than normal treatment and gives the patients higher chances of survival.
In a new project, two Danish municipalities provide healthy meal boxes to elderly people with the objective to reduce the number of hospital readmissions.
A new analysis shows that research from the Danish Cancer Society is among the world’s best.