1.2 Billion Euros for Technological Innovations in Danish Hospitals
Digitalization, centralization, and specialization are the three guidelines for a full-scale restructuring of the hospital landscape in the Danish province of Mid Jutland. Aarhus University Hospital is a prime example of these guidelines and is considered a role model far beyond the borders of Denmark. The Aarhus Hospital unites four former hospitals on one central hospital site. The hospital is scheduled to become fully operational this year.
Lars Ganzhorn Knudsen, Chief Consultant Development and Innovation, Aarhus University Hospital, is optimistic about the infrastructural planning of medical facilities in Denmark. He is enthusiastic about the trend-setting decisions of the government in Copenhagen. Denmark, with nearly 6 million inhabitants, can serve as a blueprint for other countries.
In an interview with RFID & Wireless IoT Global, Lars Ganzhorn Knudsen explains how the infrastructure in the medical sector in Denmark is being modernized.