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Bent Høie to open conference on Nordic test facilities

Norwegian Minister of Health and Care Services, Bent Høie. Photo: Ministry of Health and Care Services
  • Published 30/10/2017
The Norwegian Minister of Health and Care Services will start the discussion on the role of Nordic hospitals and municipalities in transforming health and care together with innovative companies in Oslo 8 November.

The Norwegian minister of health and care services, Bent Høie, will open the Developing tomorrow’s solutions in Nordic test facilities conference 8 November at Oslo Science Park. 

 

The conference will serve as a platform for sharing experiences with organisations that have or want to set up a test facility in their health organisation, and to discuss how we can develop our test facilities in the Nordic region to serve the needs of both hospitals, municipalities and companies.

 

Companies will have the opportunity to meet hospital and municipal leaders and key Nordic test facilities both in one-to-one meetings and during the day.

 

When: 8 November, 09:00 - 16:00

Where: Oslo Science Park, Gaustadalléen 21, Oslo, Norway (map)

Registration: Register for free here by 3 November 2017

 

 

Download invitation and programme (PDF)

 

 

The conference is hosted by Nordic Innovation and leading actors within the Nordic test facility ecosystem on both hospital and municipal level. These actors are part of three test facility projects that were financed through Nordic Innovation in collaboration with national funding agencies Vinnova, Innovation Norway, Tekes and Rannis.

 

The projects are part of the Nordic ministers of business and innovation’s initiative on making the Nordics a leading region in developing and exporting innovative health and welfare solutions, and will show results of their work.

 

Read more about this event.

 


The Norwegian minister of health and care services, Bent Høie, will open the Developing tomorrow’s solutions in Nordic test facilities conference in Oslo 8 November.