The Latvian Minister of Health, Dr. Guntis Belēvičs, visited Denmark for three days on April 12-14, 2016 looking to learn about Danish experiences with restructuring the healthcare sector.
A delegation of high-level decision makers from the university hospital in Tours, France, visited Aarhus and Odense on April 11-14, 2016 on a four-day study trip to Denmark.
In 2015, people in need of psychiatric treatment waited on average 25 days from referral to their first contact with the hospital.
A business trip to London, England, has been a great inspiration to Danish assisted living companies who had the opportunity to learn more about the British healthcare market and meet with potential partners.
According to a global analysis by American Scientific, Denmark is one of the world’s best countries for biotech innovation.
New Danish research shows that patients with rheumatoid arthritis benefit significantly from telemedicine.
The Danish Pavilion was well-attended at the Vitalis exhibition in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Presentations on e-health and assisted living technology in Danish municipalities were a great inspiration to attendees at Vitalis in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The Danish Ministry of Health presents new funds to support activities improving the well-being and quality of life for elderly in nursing homes.
Danish researchers are currently developing an intelligent contact lens to patients with glaucoma.