A third of all American war veterans has contemplated suicide. Now USA takes inspiration in the Danish approach to helping war veterans.
The favorable Danish research environment has recently attracted two new American medical giants.
The hospitals in the Capital Region of Denmark receives a €20 million ($21.4 million) cash injection to update medical equipment.
The number of readmissions among Danish newborns is decreasing. Home visits by a healthcare worker shortly after birth is a significant reason.
A new sewage treatment removes medical residue and other problematic substances from hospital’s wastewater.
A camera encapsulated in a small plastic pill might soon replace traditional colonoscopies.
Seventy new intelligent hospital beds replace the traditional hospital beds at Randers Regional Hospital. The new bed eases strain on patients and staff.
More than 40 innovative healthcare companies from all around the Nordic region met with peers and public actors at a matchmaking event in Odense on March 24, 2015. Four Nordic trade and export organizations, Healthcare DENMARK, Finpro, Swecare, and Innovation Norway, hosted the event in cooperation with Enterprise Europe Network.
Danish researchers have discovered particles in blood samples, which can prove great indicators for colon cancer.
Residents at a nursing home in Southern Jutland help test a new digital platform, which eases and facilitates daily contact with their family and friends.