Between 1985 and 2009, the number of Danes dying from cardiovascular disease fell by 70 %, making Denmark the country in the European Union with the largest decrease in cardiovascular disease mortality.
The EU project, SILVER, is the first EU funded project on healthcare innovation with Danish partners.
The Health Evolution Partners Summit convenes 400 of the most prominent business leaders from across healthcare services, IT and life sciences to discuss critical issues facing the health industry today.
Decreasing to €62,4 mill., the Danish regions’ expenditures on private hospitals reached an all-time low in 2013.
A new smartphone app can call for help and coordinate first aid assistance.
An interactive collage of lifestories, photographies, videos, text, and communication helps people suffering from dementia remember their past and loved ones.
According to new research by Eurobarometer, 94 % of Danish workers are satisfied with their conditions at work. That is a European record.
A Danish father has developed a scheduling app to support his autistic son. The app is receiving international interest.
The municipality of Silkeborg is digitalizing and reviving old movie clips, songs, and games on four care homes for demented citizens.
A brand new research center at University of Southern Denmark have been granted €8 mill. to purchase advanced, state of the art technology.