The Danish Healthcare Day 2018

The Danish 'Healthcare Day 2018' arranged by the Confederation of Danish Industry

October 01, 2018

Mogens participated in the yearly 'Healthcare Day 2018' arranged by the Confederation of Danish Industry

The speakers of the day were:

The Prime Minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen,
The Minister of Health, Ellen Trane Nørby
Chairwoman of the 5 Danish Healthcare Regions, Stephanie Lose,
CEO, Lars Rasmussen, Coloplast A/S,
CEO, Gitte Aabo, Leo Pharma A/S
 as well as Dr. Ulrik Juul Christensen, Area9 Lyceum

 

During the Conference, Mogens met with Stephanie Lose (Chairwoman of the 5 Danish Healthcare Regions) to present our SwimCount Sperm Quality Test. They discussed the possibility of using SwimCount in the Danish Health Care System as a pre-screening Sperm Quality Test when couples seek advice as a first step in their fertility journey.

The Danish 'Healthcare Day 2018' brings together both the industry and the political actors in the field of health care. The focus this year was on digitalization and how the Health Care Industry can benefit from the rapidly expanding digital development to benefit both patients and business.

 

The Danish Healthcare Day 2018


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