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Exploring Healthcare in Sweden, Denmark, and Norway

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ACCESS Health International and the Dutch Task Force Health Care are partnering on a series of three new studies and fact finding missions that will explore healthcare systems in Sweden, Denmark, and Norway. The studies will provide an in depth look at how healthcare and elder care are financed and monitored in each of the three countries. It will also provided a detailed look at the current situation in each country, recent reforms and developments in healthcare, and the role of the private sector in primary, secondary, and tertiary care.

The fact finding missions will take place in the first half of this year and will include representatives from both ACCESS Health Sweden and Task Force Health Care. Task Force Health Care is the Dutch platform for the Life Sciences and Health sector. The platform’s primary goal is to improve international healthcare based on Dutch expertise and in partnership with companies, nonprofits, and other institutions that provide innovative and sustainable healthcare solutions.

The studies will be presented during a seminar in the Netherlands in May of this year.

 

Sofia Widén

Sofia Widén

Sofia Widén leads the Elder Care Case Studies project, a series of studies on innovative elder care in Sweden and elsewhere in Europe.

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  1. Victor Haze on January 16, 2017 at 10:17 am

    Hi Sofia,

    Interesting exchange of ideas set up. Hope it will be a succesful endeavour. If there is anything we can contribute please let me know.
    Is it already known who will participate from both sides? Is there also a possibility to have entrepeneurs engage?

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