In Denmark, a new national action plan worth €161.3 million ($183.3 million) will make a positive difference for elderly medical patients.
The Nordic networking event in Tampere, Finland, on June 1, 2016, offered a unique venue for the participating companies and leaders of the new university hospitals to meet and collaborate on new and innovative solutions.
On May 30-31, 2016, the Hungarian Ministry of Health visited Denmark on a two-day study trip to learn about Danish experiences in the field of new hospital constructions and implementation of e-health solutions.
A cross-disciplinary medicine team helps improve the medication of psychiatric patients.
A collaboration at Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen has resulted in a database that prevents post-transplant infections. Now the database launches nationally.
A Danish start-up has developed a robot, which helps users undress when going to the toilet.
The Organisation of European Cancer Institutes (OECI) has recently accredited Vejle hospital in Denmark as Clinical Cancer Centre.
A specially designed ambulance ensures safer transportation of critically ill babies.
A new Danish developed digital dictionary for sign language enables deaf students to share and search for difficult signs relating to their studies.
Danish company, MyClinic A/S, signs contract to supply efficient and advanced IT solution to municipal social and healthcare sectors in Finland.