On April 29, 2016, a Finnish delegation visited Copenhagen, Denmark, on a day trip to find inspiration and learn about Danish waiting area design in hospitals.
Danish hospital, Næstved Sygehus, heads a new international project aiming to make cancer treatment more efficient and gentle on patients.
Looking for experiences on reforming the healthcare system, the Croatian Minister of Health, Dario Nakić, and the Assistant Minister of Health for Hospitals, Ružica Palić Kramarić, visited Denmark for three days on April 27-29, 2016.
A new collaboration between Danish and German partners will use the newest technology to help sufferers of dementia.
Danish robotics company, Blue Ocean Robotics, has developed a new robot, the UV-Disinfection Robot, to fight hospital-acquired infections.
On April 28, 2016, the Danish Minister of Health and the Chairman of the Regional Council turned the first sod for the construction of the New University Hospital in Odense.
Danish Lundbeck heads a new EU-backed research project to use wearables in the treatment of depression.
On April 25-26, 2016, a Swedish delegation visited Copenhagen, Denmark, to find inspiration and learn from Danish experts in assisted living technology, concept development, and implementation.
A Danish nursing home experiences positive effects on both residents and employees from using ergonomic circadian light installations.
A new blood-sorting robot installed at North Zealand Hospital in Hillerød and developed by Danish company Gibotech gets attention from international visitors.