Recent news


Here are all the news you need to stay updated on relevant issues and developments within Danish healthcare.

State of the art 3D printer to Aarhus

August 25, 2014

A state of the art 3D printer at Aarhus University Hospital prints artificial skeletal pieces.

Service & Operational Solutions Pharmaceuticals & Biotech

Hong Kong inspired by Danish patient self-empowerment

August 25, 2014

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.

Rehab & Assisted Living Medical Devices Delegation Visit

New discovery might hold diabetes cure

August 20, 2014

Danish scientists have discovered an ability in mice to cure themselves for diabetes. The discovery might hold cure for diabetes if applicable to humans.

Pharmaceuticals & Biotech

High confidence in healthcare data privacy

August 18, 2014

A survey from shows that Danes by and large have a high degree of trust in the safety of the storage of their personal healthcare data.


Shared Medication Record reaching goals

August 18, 2014

The Shared Medication Record is close to achieving its political goals of full implementation.

Service & Operational Solutions Pharmaceuticals & Biotech

Breakthrough in fighting childhood obesity

August 18, 2014

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.

Medical Devices Rehab & Assisted Living

Denmark has fewest stillbirths in the world

August 15, 2014

In just 12 years, the number of stillbirths in Denmark has been halved.

Lean corps to reduce waiting times

August 15, 2014

The psychiatric sector in the Capital Region of Denmark have established a lean corps to curb waiting times.

More patient self-determination in psychiatry

August 11, 2014

Mentally ill patients are given more self-determination in their treatment to reduce the use of coercive treatment.

Medical Devices E-Health

Danish app saves mothers’ lives

Juli 29, 2014

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.


Upcoming events

Join the business delegation to Vibrant Gujarat
Gujarat, India
Januar 17, 2019 - Januar 20, 2019
Danish Royal Visit to South Korea
Seoul, South Korea
Mai 20, 2019 - Mai 22, 2019
Vitalis 2019 - the largest e-health event in Scandinavia
Gothenburg, Sweden
Mai 21, 2019 - Mai 24, 2019