Nordic Health Lab is an innovative, Danish health lab with the vision of creating a foundation for future health solutions. We do this by building bridges between the public healthcare system and private companies.
We match commercial suppliers and knowledge institutions with the public healthcare system to co-create and accelerate innovative solutions that ensure our future health.
We collaborate with innovative hospitals and municipalities to create test arenas where private companies can test and co-create their solutions together with healthcare professionals.
We ensure that solutions are tested, realized, and aimed at implementation.
One of our goals is to increase the value of companies after they have tested, improved and co-created their solution in a professional healthcare environment.
We have co-created innovative solutions for patients with heart fibrillation and diabetes, artificial intelligence in the emergency room and an award-winning app for patient communication.
We collaborate with both Danish and international partners from different industries to share knowledge and to create an inspirational environment for innovative solutions.
Partnerships also provide a good opportunity to exchange contacts for relevant companies, startups and SMEs.
Moreover, partnerships can give access to innovative test arenas.
Nordic Health Lab helps companies of all sizes, that already have prototypes, to screen and qualify their solutions. Our task is to build a fast-track test process that creates documentation, value proposition and possibilities for implementation. We also guide and advise startups and SMEs, so they are ready to raise capital after testing their prototypes at Nordic Health Lab.
Hospital at home
The number of people who live longer is growing – and many of the elderly have chronic diseases. Consequently, the public healthcare system must treat more citizens – but with no added resources available.
We focus on how to help citizens to manage their own diseases by moving the treatment out of the healthcare system and into the citizens’ own everyday lives.
The earlier diseases and disorders are diagnosed, the greater the chances of ensuring timely treatment. Therefore, new diagnostic solutions are essential in the future. We are looking at how we can create solutions that help diagnose at an early stage.
Mental disorders and mental stress in the society increase pressure on the Danish healthcare system. Therefore, we prioritize solutions that address these challenges and at the same time increase the quality of life for both health care staff and patients.