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Lene Holmvang Jun 9
Lost in translation: Epic goes to Denmark
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LEO Innovation Lab Jun 16
Can and take on the global shortage of workers and the increasing burden of chronic diseases? Hear what doctors, patients and politicians had to say in our video from
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Thomas Birk Jun 10
Den digitale sundhedsjournal giver også problemer i USA . “The Business of Health Care Depends on Exploiting Doctors and Nurses. One resource seems infinite and free: the professionalism of caregivers.”
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Sri Sai Das Jun 10
“Sooner or later, we will have to recognise that the Earth has rights too, to live without pollution. What mankind must know is that human beings cannot live without Mother Earth, but the planet can live without humans.” - Evo Morales. ⁦
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𝚂𝚒𝚖𝚘𝚗 𝙷𝚓𝚎𝚛𝚛𝚒𝚕𝚍 Jun 8
“But "Epic is too big to fail.””
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Dorte thomsen Jun 9
The Business of Health Care Depends on Exploiting Doctors and Nurses: “this ethic that I hold so dear is being cynically manipulated. (...) one resource that seems endless — and free — is the professional ethic of medical staff members.
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LEO Innovation Lab Jun 14
If we don’t embrace new technologies in , solutions will only be for the privileged few and not for everybody. We need to look at how we generate value for patients - from Danske Patienter at
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Susan Wiesenberg Jun 13
Is your Life Science company ready for increased customer requirements? Meet your customers on their premises and needs. Download our E-book FOR FREE and get tips on Customer Journey Mapping
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LEO Innovation Lab Jun 13
There are many excellent use cases out there but there’s also a lack of people who truly understand what is and too many people who want to spread fear about - from
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LEO Innovation Lab Jun 13
How do we incorporate happiness metrics into our systems - and why should we? We’re talking and this afternoon at with and . Join us!
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LEO Innovation Lab Jun 14
Doctors are overworked. If we look to the UK, general practitioners see more than 40 patients a day on average. The recommended number of daily contacts is 25. - from at
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#MillionsMissingDenmark Jun 16
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LEO Innovation Lab Jun 14
In my experience as a doctor, we can have a closer contact with the patient with . Today, there’s a big black box between physical consultations where I don’t know what’s going on with the patient - Simon Francis Thomsen, Bispebjerg Hospital
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#MillionsMissingDenmark Jun 8
Unfortunately Danish Health Care Authorities have now seen the light. That means more pseudoscience and patient blaming for Danish patients with . Guess one could expect more...
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LEO Innovation Lab Jun 14
If we look to Sweden, the telemedicine solution KRY is responsible for 4 percent of all consultations leaving more time for patients who need a face to face interaction with their doctor - from at
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 12
is common denominator for large, acute, Myocardial Infarction in Danes aged 30-50, new registry study shows, via
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LEO Innovation Lab Jun 13
It’s a new day at , and we’re ready to debate how to solve global challenges with tech. See you soon!
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