Bent Hansen, the chairman of the Danish Regions, wishes the launching of projects within telemedicine in the public sector were much further than it really is. The problem, Bent says to MedWatch, is the non-decision making of the public sector. It is one thing to be safe, and another thing to be slow, he says.
Since November 2015 OUH and CIMT has been running a telemedicine project to test whether it is possible to discharge premature babies and their mother at an early (but stable) stage and offer them a telemedicine solution to support them in the important first months of the baby’s life, writes CIMT on their webpage.
Public Intelligence has signed a contract with Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network (KSS AHSN) in the delivery of a concept for the creation of a Living Lab at the University of Surrey. The Health Innovation Centre of Southern Denmark will assist Public Intelligence in this assignment.