During spring 2017, Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies and collaborating partners have conducted a high-level national scenario study of future challenges and opportunities in the Danish healthcare system. The results of the study have just been published in a new visionary report called “Danish Health 2030”, which was introduced to the public at a reception held by Danish Regions in Copenhagen on August 15, 2017.
The report analyses and sets up possible future scenarios for the Danish healthcare system in 2030 based on current strategic and technological developments. The report puts great emphasis on the common national strategy for the future Danish healthcare system, which includes the developments in new technology, data and personal medicine. The report recommends a continued focus on citizen-centered healthcare, prevention and increasing polarization. This focus is necessary in order to meet future global challenges and opportunities in a broader international context for the benefit of Denmark and the Danish citizens
At the international Hospital + Innovation Congress on October 10-11, 2017, Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies will open the conference program by presenting the results from the scenario study of future challenges and opportunities in the Danish healthcare system. Additionally, the future role of hospitals by 2030 will be addressed through workshops focusing on the opportunities and challenges in preparing hospitals and professionals for future demands in a citizen-centric healthcare system
The Hospital + Innovation Congress is part of WHINN – Week of Health and INNovation, a festival with conferences, exhibition, matchmaking and networking activities - all within health and innovation
Read more and sign up for Hospital + Innovation Congress 2017 here.