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BETA.HEALTH is the Danish National Innovation Platform for Future Healthcare, founded by the leading hospitals in Denmark.
Dermloop, which was conceived by Niels Kvorning Ternov, an MD and PhD at the University Hospital of Herlev and Gentofte, offers AI-augmented training, clinical feedback, and management of skin lesions suspicious for cancer.
The TOLAC App, which was conceived by obstetricians Lone Krebs at Amager and Hvidovre Hospital and Ida Näslund Thagaard at Rigshospitalet, uses data-driven software to help obstetricians, midwives and expectant parents make informed decisions regarding the safest mode of delivery after a prior caesarean section.
DoseTracker is a software-enabled solution providing real-time monitoring of the radiation dose to moving anatomy during radiotherapy. For over a decade, medical physicist Thomas Ravkilde – who is based Aarhus University Hospital – has been developing tools and methods capable of delivering a high dose of radiation that can eradicate a tumor while avoiding damage to the surrounding healthy tissue.