On September 27-28, 2018, a German delegation from the Institute for Health Care Business, visited Aarhus and Odense, Denmark, to explore Danish eHealth and hospital construction.
On September 25-27, 2018, a delegation of nursing home directors from the National Federation of Associations of Principals and Services for the Elderly (FNADEPA) from France, visited Denmark to find inspiration in Danish elderly and dementia care.
On September 21, 2018, a delegation of general practitioners from the Netherlands visited Copenhagen, Denmark, to learn more about Danish strategies and experiences within eHealth and prehospital and acute care.
On September 20, 2018, a delegation from Kassenärztliche Vereinigung Hessen (KV Hessen) from Germany, visited Copenhagen to gain insight into Danish practices within emergency care services and telemedicine.
On September 11-13, 2018, French delegates from the hospital group Hospi Grand Ouest visited Aarhus, Kolding, and Odense, Denmark, to learn more about Danish hospital constructions, optimization of the patient journey, and digitalization in healthcare.
With the establishment of diabetes centers in all Danish regions, diabetics all over the country now have the opportunity to receive the same high quality treatment.
On September 3-5, 2018, a delegation of politicians and directors from North Karelia in Finland visited Copenhagen and Odense, Denmark, to explore Danish strategies and experiences with acute care and mental health.
Two new German Hospitals have chosen the Danish Tempus600 system for transportation of blood samples directly from the emergency department to the laboratory.
On August 28-31, 2018, a high-level delegation from Vietnam visited Copenhagen, Denmark, to hear about Danish telehealth and pharmaceutical policies.
The Danish Cancer Society has launched a new app called “Sammenholdet”, which will help cancer patients and their closest relatives to receive help with everyday tasks from family and friends.