Danish health and care technologies create groundbreaking services for elderly and disabled citizens in their day-to-day lives, helping them maintain an independent lifestyle. One of Taiwan's largest media is visiting Denmark to report on the strongholds within Danish care technology.
To ensure and strengthen high-quality research, integrity must pervade all research phases. Now a national Danish code of conduct is introduced.
Danish CSC Scandihealth A/S enters agreement with Stockholm County to deliver lifesaving equipment to Stockholm’s ambulances.
The Danish healthcare sector is recognized for an integrated use of healthcare IT technologies, comprehensive tele-medical solutions, and an effective emergency management. To gain knowledge and inspiration in these areas, a Russian delegation is these days visiting Denmark and Copenhagen.
Denmark ranks second among 29 industrialized countries in public trust in doctors.
On October 27-28, Healthcare DENMARK hosted an international summit for thought leaders and experts within healthcare.
A new app from Copenhagen municipality will help fight discrimination and hate crimes.
A Danish professor is part of a research group recently granted €1.2 million ($1.5 million) to develop a new technology for brain scans. The grant comes from the Barack Obama initiated BRAIN initiative.
A new super computer capable of processing DNA data is being built at the Technical University of Denmark.
Healthcare DENMARK establishes an international network of ambassadors for Danish health and care expertise.