For Municipalities

Patient@home is an open research and innovation cooperation initiative aimed at health professionals, businesses, researchers, users and patients across disciplines and sectors - and you have the opportunity to be part of it...


Get new knowledge on welfare technology options

Patient@home is a unique opportunity for Danish municipalities to move closer to the technological developments that will shape the Danish health sector in the years ahead. The project gives municipalities a unique chance to influence the development of technological welfare products and services, the goal of which is to obtain improved and faster rehabilitation, more outpatient treatments and an increased number of admissions of patients in their own homes. 


The project aims at developing products that significantly support the trend towards fewer and shorter hospitalizations and increase patients' active involvement and motivation to take responsibility for their own health. As a result, a number of future tasks will take place in the patients' own homes - and, therefore, in many cases be supported by the municipal home care service.


Help influence the development

As a municipal representative - e.g. as a health professional or a buyer - Patient@home is your opportunity to follow the development and maturation of the technologies and services that will be part of tomorrow's healthcare sector. Through newsletters, conferences, workshops and matchmaking events - or perhaps active project participation - you get direct and specific knowledge about the welfare technology products and services that are established by Patient@home.


If you choose to become a partner in the project, you are invited into a dynamic and interdisciplinary development platform, where you have the opportunity to take an active part in the development of Patient@home's many projects and products. Whether you participate actively in tests, knowledge gathering or concrete developments, Patient@home is your and other Danish municipalities' opportunity to follow and influence the development of a wide range of cutting-edge technologies to support patients in their own homes. 


Jump on the bandwagon now - and help gear up the Danish municipalities to face a welfare-technological future.


Patient@home was terminated per. 1 February 2018

Contact PersonNatalie 

Natalie  Lundquist

Project Coordinator

Syddansk Universitet, Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Instituttet