For the first time in Denmark, a new psychiatric hospital will be built and run as a public-private partnership. The price will be €121 mio. ($166 mio.) over the next 25 years.
There is already a great increase in the use of the National Service Platform and more services are added.
The French industry association Leisiss and severel of its member representatives within health IT visit Denmark to find inspiration on how to make healthcare more efficient through telemedicine.
The Danish Ministry of Health has given the green light for Region Zealand to plan and build a new, state of the art university hospital in Køge.
President Gül of Turkey is heading a business delegation of 100 key stakeholders within health, food, and energy to Denmark before visiting with the Danish Prime Minister and the Royal Danish Court.
Danish e-health is attracting attention all the way from Japan. Two delegates from Nomura Research Institute, who works closely with the Japanese government, are these days visiting Copenhagen and Aarhus.
A German delegation of several public organizations and private companies visits Denmark to gain insight into how health IT has helped curb health expenditures, raise patient satisfaction, and keeping admissions down.
Today, Denmark was ranked second on the Innovation Union Scoreboard 2014 published by the European Commission.
2014 could be the year when Danish economy reaches turning point, predicts a new report by the EU Commission.
Denmark once againg secures a triple-A rating from international Fitch, giving a stable outlook for Danish economy.