The Danish Cancer Society, Danish Regions, cancer doctors and hospitals in all regions are currently establishing a partnership with the objective to ensure patient involvement.
To boost innovation output, 94 innovative Danish activities receive a €122 million ($132 million) investment. The investment includes activities within medico equipment and pharmaceuticals.
On January 19, 2016, an American delegation visited Aalborg, Denmark, to learn about innovative solutions in Danish elder care.
A research project shows that telemedicine motivates double as many cardiac patients to complete a rehabilitation course.
On January 14-15, 2016, a Swiss delegation visited Denmark on a two-day study trip to explore Danish experiences and implementation of e-health solutions.
Danish in-vitro diagnostics company, BioPorto, has entered a distribution agreement with German medico giant, Siemens Healthcare.
Newly established Danish company, Siren Care, has developed a sock to prevent foot ulcers in patients with diabetes.
The single-use videoscope by Danish medico company, Ambu, has been approved in China.
Danish medico company, Scanbur, has won a large contract to supply high quality medical equipment to a new building at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden.
Forbes ranks Denmark number one in the Best Countries for Business 2015 ranking.