A state of the art 3D printer at Aarhus University Hospital prints artificial skeletal pieces.
Looking for inspiration on care and handling of disabled and elderly citizens and ambient assisted living technology, a delegation from Hong Kong is these days visiting Denmark.
Danish scientists have discovered an ability in mice to cure themselves for diabetes. The discovery might hold cure for diabetes if applicable to humans.
A survey from sundhed.dk shows that Danes by and large have a high degree of trust in the safety of the storage of their personal healthcare data.
The Shared Medication Record is close to achieving its political goals of full implementation.
A special method developed by Holbæk Hospital, to treat obese children and youths, is so succesful that it is being used all over the country.
In just 12 years, the number of stillbirths in Denmark has been halved.
The psychiatric sector in the Capital Region of Denmark have established a lean corps to curb waiting times.
Mentally ill patients are given more self-determination in their treatment to reduce the use of coercive treatment.
A Danish app helps women in developing countries who, without skilled birth aid, suffer the risk of losing their own and their babies’ lives during birth.