In collaboration, Dr. Hans Martens and APEHR have completed a blog discussing the challenge of chronic disease for Europe's health systems. Link to the blog.
Studies on how medicine works in the real world are being used to a higher degree by companies. Even though, the companies want to have data in their own hands, there is a tendency that these types of studies will be requested to a higher extent in the future, says the director general of the Danish [...]
PhD and M.Sc. Camilla Sortsø gives a status on the diabetes morbidity in Denmark and how social inequality plays an important role in the Danish program "En syg forskel" (red. An ill difference). The program is about how social conditions is important in relation to children with chronic diseases as diabetes and cancer.
Decomposing inequality in diabetes patients’ morbidity patterns, survival and health care usage in Denmark
In collaboration, APEHR and the Centre of Health Economics Research (COHERE) have completed a discussion paper to quantify inequality in diabetes morbidity patterns, survival and health care service usage and understand determinants of these inequalities in relation to socio-demographic and clinical morbidity factors. Link to publication.
The Nordic countries Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden have many cross-national similarities regarding political systems and universal tax-financed healthcare systems with full population coverage, but different utilization patterns of Finansteride have been observed in a new study. Link to publication.