What we want

The German-Danish eHealth Innovation Center aims to make eHealth solutions available for the cross-border provision of health care and support local healthcare IT companies with their market entry. We want to achieve this especially by facilitating know-how transfer in the health care industry and across borders. This exchange between the various companies will be made possible through a German-Danish database for expertise and skills in health care IT and through bilingual eHealth applications.


The German-Danish Interreg project "Demantec" will officially start on 21st of June 2016 with a kick-off conference in Aabenraa, Denmark. The 10 German and Danish partners cordially invite you to this informative day around the theme of "dementia and innovative technologies in nursing homes" to be there. We kindly ask those interested to sign up until June 14, 2016 at Ms.Lynn Jacken.


The institute for eHealth and Management in Health Care announce the first eHealth Innovation Days on the Campus of Flensburg University of Applied Sciences.
For companies session 3 will be of high interest, because it opens the opportunity to show services, products as best practice. Additionally you will meet colleagues from the Baltic Sea Region (BSR) for knowledge exchange and maybe for future cooperation. Also an overview about the German market will be offered.

See more on www.ehealth-innovation.net and register soon!

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The project DEMANTEC ("dementia and innovative technologies in nursing homes") is an Interreg5a project. It is dedicated to the topic of dementia and care of people with dementia at different levels. On the one hand, it is about the use of technological products in the care, on the other hand about the integration of these developments continuing education and education of the nursing staff to counteract against the professional force lack in nursing occupations on both sides of the German Danish border. Leadpartner of the project is the University of Applied Sciences Flensburg (Prof. Dr. Bosco Lehr and Prof. Dr. Thomas Severin).

Project duration: 2016 - 2019