Past, Present, Future

The Nordic Health 2030 initiative emphasises a shift from the current sick-care paradigm and practices towards an integrated, preventive, and data-driven approach worthy of the 4th industrial revolution, ensuring direct access to healthcare for all, and the best and most equitable health outcomes for everyone, regardless of gender, background, or location.

Download our latest report created by the team in the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies and more than 30 Nordic organisations and experts.

Quite, but not silent

Nordic Health 2030 has moved a long way since last we posted. After a tragic start of 2022 (the loss of team member and thought leader professor Carsten Obel) we’ve been dedicated to a focus on “how” to build and nurture the future.

March 5, 2023 in Blox in Copenhagen, we’re kickstarting the next creative and co-constructive Nordic series of dialogues and workshops towards the future; look forward to share more.

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Looking for Pockets of the Future…

Join us November 2-6 when the Nordic Health 2030 Movement showcases future trends, ideas, business models, and initiatives that will help shape the next decades with our “Pockets of the Future”-campaign.

Plenty of opportunities to join, share, view, discuss – as we shine a light onto emerging trends, tech, and tools that will become integral parts of 2030 in the Nordics and beyond.

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Health in the Nordics – video

Nordic Health 2030 is a shared agenda on sustainable health inspired by leading decision makers across the Nordic region. This is a promotional video for the Nordic Health 2030 Magazine, which explores the greatest challenges and opportunities for the future of healthcare.

Nordic Interoperability

The Nordic Interoperability Project wants to enable patients to live and act in an open, seamless, cross-border healthcare ecosystem, by showcasing world class solutions and innovations from the Nordics.

Data in health – Denmark

Danish health data is of exceptional quality and represents a great research and innovation potential. In connection with several projects, however, the Innovation Fund has identified major challenges in accessing and using health data and thus in realizing these potentials. Examples include the fact that it has taken several years to obtain the necessary permissions to obtain and link different data sources.

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