During the next five days, Healthcare DENMARK is joining Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness the Prince Consort together with four Danish ministers and 115 companies, on an official state visit to China.
Partnerships supporting the national stated goals for public health have been granted €16 million over the next 4 years.
In order to secure continuous progress, the Agency for Digitisation will prospectively publicise a biannual status report on the initiatives in the Strategy for Digital Welfare 2013-2020.
A new collaboration between four municipalities in Central Denmark Region and The Hospital Unit Horsens enables citizens to have their ulcers attended to and treated in their own home.
Glostrup Hospital is making significant progress in rehabilitating paraplegic citizens using external robotic skeletons.
A public-private innovation project is working on a robot to ease the treatment of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
More than half of Danish smokers would like to quit, according to the Danish Ministry of Health.
The Danish Minister of Health allocates €5,3 mill. to help vulnerable new mothers and their babies, minimizing the need for rehospitalization.
The waiting time for hospital treatment in Denmark was reduced to an average of 51 days in 2013, which is the lowest in nine years.
E-health is one of the EU’s six leading markets for innovation and Healthcare DENMARK is of course present at WoHIT in Nice, France representing the best of Danish e-health.