Here are all the news you need to stay updated on relevant issues and developments within Danish healthcare.
A new app will give haemophilia patients a higher quality of treatment and will also reduce medical expenses for the next five years.Read full story ›
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.Read full story ›
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.Read full story ›
More and more Danes log in to sundhed.dk to view their own health data and to seek knowledge about health and illness.Read full story ›
A French delegation visits Denmark to learn more about Danish outpatient treatment.Read full story ›
French delegates visit Denmark to learn more about Danish experiences and strategies within dementia and elder care.Read full story ›
At Ramathibodi Hospital in Thailand, two Tempus600 systems for transporting blood samples reduce the response time substantially.Read full story ›
According to a new survey, Danish companies are digital front-runners in Europe as 42 pct. of all Danish companies have a high degree of digitalization.Read full story ›
At Aarhus University Hospital, a new app helps young patients with funnel chest to get an overview of appointments, and prepare for their procedure.Read full story ›
A new international report shows that Denmark’s healthcare sector ranks third best in Europe.Read full story ›
Ministerial delegation visit from Croatia
"I am pleased with everything I have seen and with the hospitality extended to me and my colleagues during our stay in Denmark. We are grateful to the Healthcare DENMARK team for being wonderful hosts to us and for the excellent organization of our visit."
- Dario Nakić, Croatian Minister of Health