The Danish Minister of Health and Danish Regions agree to expand hospital capacity to take on even more cancer patients.
Backed by a €1.3 million ($1.5 million) fellowship, a Danish research team is set to develop a method for injecting targeting organelles, which work like nano-submarines in the blood stream to treat cellular enzyme deficiencies.
A special nurse corps works closely with nursing homes and home care staff in Aalborg to reduce excessive medication for elderly citizens.
Denmark and Holland are both leading countries in adopting IT in healthcare. In preparation for the Dutch state visit to Denmark in March, a Dutch press delegation visited Denmark to report on Danish e-health and present best practices. Rounding off the press tour was an interview with HM The Queen Margrethe II.
The Danish specialist plan, which centralizes medical specialties, has inspired Norway and Sweden who both prepare to introduce their own versions.
Throughout 2015, all ambulances in Denmark will be equipped with a new electronic record, which shares patient information and measurements with specialists in hospital real-time.
The successful telemedicine project, TeleCare Nord, enters its second phase of implementation and doubles the number of patients, while including an additional 3,000 healthcare professionals in the program.
Two international top researchers receive grants and move their renowned research to Denmark.
The Danish hospital, Rigshospitalet, receives a major grant for a new research project to improve the treatment of immunodeficiency.
A Danish team of researchers has identified a new type of blood sample that can predict the risk of dementia.