Looking for inspiration in Danish elderly care of the future, a French delegation visited Denmark for four days on September 26-September 29.
In a new project on self-tracking, Danish researchers are testing how patients' own measurements and data can be used as a means to improve their treatment.
On September 19-21, 2016, an American delegation of executive leaders and decision makers visited Denmark to learn from Danish experiences with performance measurement in the public sector.
On September 20-21, 2016, the South Korean Ministry of Health and Welfare visited Denmark on a two-day study trip to learn about Danish experiences in the field of elderly care and assisted living technologies.
A Taiwanese press delegation visited Denmark to report on ’the happiest country in the world’.
More Danish cancer patients get chemo therapy in the comfort of their own home.
As one of the first places in the world, a groundbreaking linear accelerator will be installed at the New Odense University Hospital.
There is less than 30 days until the 2016 edition of WHINN - Week of Health and INNovation - takes place in Odense Congress Center. Have you registered yet?
Healthcare DENMARK has produced a new video about Denmark’s work on future elderly care. Watch it here.
According to a new analysis from Confederation of Danish Industry, Danish life science companies reached a significant milestone in worldwide exports in 2015.