A grant from TrygFonden enables a Danish led telemedicine project to kick start development of a new digital platform for patients suffering from heart failure.
The Danish municipalities were the overall winners when the Digitization Awards 2015 was awarded on Tuesday, March 24, 2015.
A research collaboration between Danish biotech company, Gubra, and French pharmaceutical giant, Sanofi, is proving very successful.
A Danish research project has been granted a total of €32 million ($35.4 million), making it the world’s largest psychiatric research project.
A new Nordic collaborative project will broaden the focus from purchase price to total investment costs related to procuring medico devices.
A new fall detection alarm not only alerts if the user has fallen but also tracks the user in case the fall has happened outside the home.
In less than 20 years, Denmark has more than halved the mortality for heart related illnesses.
A new checklist for telemedicine will help decision-makers decide which solutions to implement.
Kolding municipality has received a donation from TrygFonden to buy telemedicine equipment for COPD patients.
A delegation of key decision makers from the International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC) visited Odense on a 3-day site inspection. The goal of the visit was to present Odense as a possible host city for the 2017 Integrated Care conference.