Who is Danish Healthtech
The Innovation Network Danish Healthtech focuses on health technology. It ranges from the regulated medical devices over personalised solutions to welfare technology solutions for the healthcare sector and the home. These areas are tied together by digitization and health data.
- Better and more cost-effective prevention, diagnostics and treatment
- Personal treatment focusing on medical devices
- Citizen-related and technology-supported healthcare
- Physical and mental health
The network focuses on the technological possibilities within:
- Personalised technologies – including additive manufacturing (3D printing)
- Digitization – including better utilization of health and behavioural data
(big and small data)
- Internet of Things – including wearables and sensor technology
The Network Secretariat
You are always very welcome to take contact to the Network Secretariat. You can call, write or come by and visit us. If you have questions, suggestions for ways to collaborate, ideas for projects or other type of input, please don’t hesitate to contact us!
Julie Justi Andreasen
The Innovation Network Danish Healthtech consists of a strong partnership with four Danish regions, which ensures access to clinical collaboration in the broader health service. Five universities and two technical institutes are strong knowledge partners, and as a whole, the network is part of a national ecosystem that has been built up over ten years.
In addition, a large number of municipalities are involved, which are dedicated members of the regional clusters. Tt ensures that knowledge-bridge activities are created across the whole healthcare sector, which is an essential element in many of the challenges we face in terms of prevention and urban technology.
Troels Bierman Mortensen
Healthtech Cluster, Copenhagen
TEK Innovation, University of Southern Denmark
Department of Engineering - Business Relations and Partnerships, Aarhus University
Department of Health Science and Technology, The Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University
Vice-Dean for Innovation and External Relations
Jan Eiersted Molzen
Head of Public and Private Partnerships
Office for Innovation and Sector Services, Technical University of Denmark
Technical Vice President
Jeppe Skinnerup Byskov
Vice Director, PhD
Industrial Materials Technologies, Technological Institute
The Innovation Network’s Steering Committee has representation of central knowledge institutions, companies and business organizations who ensure that the Innovation Network is connected broadly to the outside world, and that the results are communicated to a broad group of companies in an open manner.
The Steering Committee has the overall management and supervises the Innovation Network and ensures that it is managed in a responsible manner in accordance with the Innovation Network’s strategy, guidelines for innovation networks and the legislation.