Two new German Hospitals have chosen the Danish Tempus600 system for transportation of blood samples directly from the emergency department to the laboratory.
On August 28-31, 2018, a high-level delegation from Vietnam visited Copenhagen, Denmark, to hear about Danish telehealth and pharmaceutical policies.
The Danish Cancer Society has launched a new app called “Sammenholdet”, which will help cancer patients and their closest relatives to receive help with everyday tasks from family and friends.
During WHINN 2018, you can join a delegation visit organized by Healthcare DENMARK and get an exclusive behind-the-scenes opportunity to explore the Danish healthcare system.
The Danish company, Robert ApS, has built a robot to help bedridden patients with motion exercises. Now, the robot is ready to be tested in two Danish hospitals and sold throughout Europe.
WHINN - Week of Health and INNovation has announced three new international keynote speakers for this year’s conference in October.
In Denmark, a new national action plan worth €5.4 million will make a positive difference for patients with multiple sclerosis.
Danish research project receives EU funding of €1.5 million to strengthen research into multi-morbidity treatment.
In close collaboration with people with dementia, relatives and healthcare professionals, researchers from the Danish Dementia Research Centre have developed a new app, which supports the memory and provides an overview of daily life.
For the third year in a row, the European Innovation Scoreboard rates Denmark as the second most innovative country in the EU.