The self-reliant citizen
The Danish healthcare system is under pressure. There is an urgent need for solutions to be actively implemented to alleviate the pressure and give citizens increased life mastery through self-reliance.
What specifically needs to be done for existing technology to work in practice to make the citizen more self-reliant? We know there are solutions, but how do we get them actively implemented? And how do we make citizens even more self-reliant through the development of new technology?
This track focuses on how digitization and data can make a citizen more self-reliant.
- As a company, you can gain insight into the needs the technology must fulfill to create better implementation.
- As a public participant, you gain insight into existing solutions that are already making citizens more self-reliant. You will also gain knowledge of how they are implemented elsewhere.
Finally, a panel consisting of a researcher, municipal representative from the healthcare system and a company will provide input and reflections on the requirements for the future technology and implementation.
The track is aimed at actors from the healthcare system – municipalities and hospitals -, companies and universities.