Denmark has for years been an international front-runner in the area of digitalisation of the public administration, as well as healthcare
The Embassy of Denmark to Serbia and the Government of the Republic of Serbia jointly organised a specialised invitation- only conference entitled “Digitalisation of Healthcare – Inspired by Denmark’s E-Health Journey”, which took place at Belgrade’s Palace of Serbia in late November.
Denmark has for years been an international front-runner in the area of digitalisation of the public administration, as well as healthcare. E-health’s great expansion in Denmark is based on public-private cooperation between the government, regions, municipalities and industry stakeholders. This collaboration drives innovation and implementation, resulting in citizens receiving more efficient healthcare. The Embassy of Denmark and the Government of the Republic of Serbia recognise the strong potential for increased bilateral cooperation in the area of E-Health.
The embassy of Denmark and the government of the Republic of Serbia recognise the strong potential for increased bilateral cooperation in the area of e-health
With the aim of exchanging knowledge and experience in this area, the conference brought together top experts of institutions and private companies from both countries.
The opening ceremony saw guests addressed by Danish Ambassador to Serbia H.E. Susanne Shine and State Secretary at the Serbian Ministry of Health, Professor Ferenc Vicko. Participants had an opportunity to hear the experiences of Danish public-private partnership “Healthcare Denmark” in Serbia for the first time, but also market leaders OpenTele- Health, NETS, Falck and Novo Nordisk, which are among the Danish companies spearheading the digitalisation of healthcare.
Conference attendees also heard from Serbian experts in the field, including Đuro Radović, Assistant Minister of Health responsible for the Sector for Digitalisation, and Dejana Ranković, member of the Serbian Government’s Expert Team for Healthcare Digitalisation.