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Health Care In Denmark

Ministry of Health and Prevention Country Resources General Health Policies Denmark 31 December 2008 Presentation 978-87-7601-237-3 alcohol, child and adolescent, consent, disability, education, ehealth, elderly care, health service, health system, information system, inpatient, medicine, outpatient, political rights, prevention, primary care, public health, quality care, rehabilitation, residential care, service user participation, social and economic rights, social services, substance use

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This publication gives an overview of the scope and organization of the Danish health service by presenting topics such as:

Organization of the Danish health care sector

Financing of the Danish health care

The hospital sector in Denmark

The primary health care service in Denmark

Preventive health care and health promotion in Denmark

Quality improvement and patient safety in Denmark

IT in Danish health care

Health professions in Denmark

Patients' rights in Denmark

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