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Here are all the news you need to stay updated on relevant issues and developments within Danish healthcare.

Cardiac patients appreciate telerehabilitation

Januar 19, 2016

A research project shows that telemedicine motivates double as many cardiac patients to complete a rehabilitation course.


Swiss delegates explore Danish e-health solutions

Januar 18, 2016

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.

Delegation Visit E-Health

BioPorto collaborates with German medico giant

Januar 13, 2016

Danish in-vitro diagnostics company, BioPorto, has entered a distribution agreement with German medico giant, Siemens Healthcare.

Medical Devices

Danish developed sock prevents diabetic foot ulcers

Januar 12, 2016

Newly established Danish company, Siren Care, has developed a sock to prevent foot ulcers in patients with diabetes.

Danish single-use videoscope approved in China

Januar 08, 2016

The single-use videoscope by Danish medico company, Ambu, has been approved in China.

Medical Devices

Danish medico company wins large contract in Sweden

Januar 06, 2016

Danish medico company, Scanbur, has won a large contract to supply high quality medical equipment to a new building at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden.

Medical Devices

Denmark ranked best country for business

Januar 05, 2016

Forbes ranks Denmark number one in the Best Countries for Business 2015 ranking.


Norwegian delegates visit Danish living labs

Dezember 17, 2015

On December 9, 2015, a Norwegian delegation visited Odense, Denmark, on a day trip to find inspiration and learn from Danish experts in living labs, assisted living technology and implementation.

Delegation Visit

Denmark among world’s best countries to live in

Dezember 15, 2015

Denmark features among the world’s best countries to live in, according to the 2015 Human Development Report from the UN.

Denmark Reports & Numbers

New test environment for assisted living technology

Dezember 14, 2015

The Metropolitan University College in Copenhagen has received a €1.4 million ($1.54 million) grant to establish a new test environment for assisted living technology.

Healthcare Buildings Medical Devices Rehab & Assisted Living