The Danish Government has presented a new and ambitious growth plan to strengthen export opportunities for the Danish life science and medtech industry.
North Denmark Region’s data centre has been Tier IV certified for the construction of the facility that supports a stable hospital operation.
Two Danish nursing homes show positive results from participating in a pilot project focusing on increasing activity and calmness by using different assisted living technologies.
New North Zealand Hospital participates in conference at University of Oxford to discuss the potential of disruptive technologies in future hospitals.
University researchers from Finland, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, and Denmark will collaborate on the development of personalized medicine.
The e-health solution, Columna, from Danish company, Systematic, will help optimization of working procedures in all hospitals in Scotland.
A new app will give haemophilia patients a higher quality of treatment and will also reduce medical expenses for the next five years.
A new international study shows that Denmark is among the best countries in the world to have increased the cancer survival rate in the last 15 years.
New pre-project will clarify the need and explore the opportunities for establishing a national visitor center that can strengthen international branding and promotion of Danish products and solutions within the field of healthcare and assisted living.
More and more Danes log in to sundhed.dk to view their own health data and to seek knowledge about health and illness.