Denmark retains the lead in the annual Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI).
A delegation of German doctors and decision makers from Universitätsklinikum Schleswig-Holstein and Universität zu Lübeck visits the Region of Southern Denmark to find inspiration in Danish e-health and robotic solutions.
The Danish Ministry of Health is going to establish a new national genome centre to implement the Danish government’s and Danish Regions’ strategy on personalized medicine.
Today, the average life expectancy for Danes is 80.8 years, which is 0.2 years longer than last year.
The Danish hospital, New Hvidovre Hospital, located in the Capital Region of Denmark has recently started its major expansion project.
The Danish Health Authority has introduced a new proposal to prevent malnourishment and unplanned weight loss among elderly medical patients.
A Japanese delegation visits Odense, Denmark, to learn about the Danish healthcare system and innovation.
The Danish hospital located in Viborg, Jutland, is planning to introduce a pneumatic tube system to increase the speed in which the blood samples are delivered and processed.
As the first hospital in the world, Bispebjerg and Frederiksberg Hospital has inaugurated a new innovative scanner in the Department of Clinical Physiology and Nuclear Medicine.
The opening of a new hospital marks the first public-private partnership in Denmark within psychiatric hospital construction.