On February 8-9, 2016, a Swedish delegation visited Denmark on a two-day study trip hosted by Healthcare DENMARK to learn about Danish textile solutions and logistics in the healthcare sector.
In just five months, a new crowdfunding platform has successfully raised money enough to initiate three health projects.
A new m-health project will trial a solution that aims to reduce hospital readmissions among psychiatric patients.
Danish biotech company, Evaxion Biotech, has used artificial intelligence to develop a vaccine against MRSA.
Denmark ranks five in the recently published Global Talent Competitiveness Index 2015-16.
Chronic patients in Silkeborg can contact the outpatient clinic all hours of the day if they experience worsening in their illness.
Following positive response on their birthmark scanning app, Danish-Serbian company, Teleskin, looks to expand internationally.
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.