Danish researchers have discovered that pre-stage cancer can be detected in saliva or blood years before a tumor is noticeable.
A Danish developed app for supporting treatment of schizophrenic youths has been implemented in England.
The patient involvement at the Department of Cardiology at Odense University Hospital has been cited in renowned journal, Europace.
A new children’s hospital in Copenhagen receives a historic grant. The hospital gathers children, youth, and maternity wards in one hospital.
Health-promoting lighting solution by Danish company, Chromaviso, has been implemented in a new operation building at the Central Hospital in Karlstad, Sweden.
Marburg-Biedenkopf in Germany implements Danish developed smartphone system by FirstAED to improve the German survival rate after cardiac arrest.
Registration for activities in the main program for WHINN – Week of Health and INNovation has started.
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.