New project: The most sustainable healthcare in the world 2030 as an engine for Swedish innovation and export
Together with our project partners Medeon, Swecare, Medicon Village and Sahlgrenska Science Park, TEM and NCSH have received funding from Sweden’s Innovation Agency for a project submitted in the call 'Vision driven health'. The aim with this project is to create a vision for the most sustainable healthcare in the world by 2030.
The outputs from this project will lead to a more coherent view on sustainable healthcare and clarify this interdisciplinary matter. The outputs will also help create a more coherent view on sustainable healthcare in Sweden and in the long run lead to increased export and reduced environmental impact from the healthcare sector. To fully encompass all aspects of sustainable healthcare, Medtech and Life Science must be addressed and explored further.
To increase the knowledge base and identify best practice companies and solutions, the project partners will perform four workshops taking place in different parts of Sweden. The material collected through the workshops will be used to develop both a guideline and the vision for sustainable healthcare.
Together with our project partners we are looking forward to further develop and improve sustainable healthcare. For more information about the project, please contact project manager Daniel Eriksson, or +46 707-94 42 13.
Our office is located in Malmö, but the NCSH spans Northern Europe and Scandinavia.
Сontact us if you want to learn more about the NCSH:
Nordic Center for
211 38 Malmö
Tel: +46 (0)40-606 55 80