The aim of the project is to enable drones to provide faster transport of medical equipment, biological tests and in the long term health staff compared to the currently available transportation options.
Today, only few patients from Aeroe make use of the opportunity to be admitted to a hospice even though they are in need for a pain-relieving (palliative) action at a specialised level, and also meet the criterias to be admitted to a hospice.
A significant part of patients being hospitalised at the Emergency Department (FAM) experience an impairment during their hospitalisation at the department. It is difficult to detect the impairments until they become serious,
Today, the clinical staff uses Infonet for instructions. But the Infonet can be "heavy" to navigate, it only functions from one computer, and it does not contain all the information that the individual clinic needs for their work.
PRO has become a focus area within the Danish health services, who have drawn increasing attention to the involvement of the voices of the patients in the treatment and decisions regarding treatment and rehabilitation courses.
Colorectal cancer is one of the most common cancers in Denmark. To reduce the incidence rate, a national screening test (to be performed at home) was initiated in April 2014 for citizens aged 50 to 74. Today, the test is in the form of stool samples and a colonoscopy (endoscopy of the bowel).