Healthcare Management Bench-marking Workshop at Copenhagen, Denmark

Healthcare Management Bench-marking Workshop at Copenhagen, Denmark

Equip Africa College of Medical and Health Sciences in collaboration with Healthcare Denmark are set to hold a Devolved Healthcare Capacity Development & Bench-marking Workshop from February 20th – 28th, 2019 at Copenhagen – Denmark.Various delegates from the Healthcare Sector and County Governments are expected to gain exposure and experience first-hand the efficiency of the Danish Healthcare system.

This workshop is necessitated by the massive success achieved in the Danish Healthcare system that has seen the system transformed into world-class status over a very short period.  Leading innovations and investment in the Danish Healthcare system have greatly changed the game achieving a near 100% satisfaction among its beneficiaries.

After an Introduction to the Danish healthcare system at Danish Regions in Copenhagen, the delegation will visit Copenhagen Healthtech Cluster (CHC) for an afternoon focusing on healthcare innovation. On February 27th, the program will take the delegation to Odense University Hospital (OUH) where they will visit the Shared Emergency Department. The department, which is Denmark’s largest emergency department, is an innovative new take on an emergency department and integrates the functions of emergency room, trauma, diagnostics, on-call GPs, and all hours observation wards in one department. The visit to OUH will also include a lecture on improving the quality of obstetric care in low income countries, and presentations on hospital management, quality management in hospitals, technology acquisition, and telemedicine by CEO of Odense University Hospital, Niels Nørgaard Pedersen, quality officers, and innovation consultants.

On February 28, the delegation will be back in Copenhagen for a meeting with President of Global Medical Aid, Hans Frederik Dydensborg. Global Medical Aid is a Danish non-profit organization that collects usable medicine and medical equipment for donating to developing countries. Finally, the delegation will meet with Peter Julius, partner of Public Intelligence, to discuss current and emerging trends in healthcare technology.

For more information about the next Healthcare Management Workshop at Denmark, please contact us on +254 780 187 379 / +254 20 218 7379 or email info@eac.ac.ke.

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