“With its access to business development, expertise in the bio- and medtech sector, international network of specialists and experts, MTIC is an important strategic partner for the City of Aarhus, when turning the many ideas and project into tomorrow’s concrete health technology solutions for the benefit of our citizens and employees”.Read more testimonials here
The National Innovation Networks
MTIC is a partner in "MedTech Innovation" and "Welfare Tech - Innovation Network for Health and Welfare Technology".
MedTech Innovation - is the Danish medico network where companies and innovators can benefit from the knowledge, experience and business skills, research and clinical knowledge of the partners: MTIC (Aarhus), Medico Innovation (Copenhagen) and BioMed Community (Aalborg).
The focus at MedTech Innovation is to help entrepreneurs and SMEs from across the country to create more viable businesses in order to ensure that Denmark can succeed in the competition on the global market.
MedTech Innovation has Dorthe Kjær as daily manager and the rest of the team are Finn Allan Larsen, BioMed Community and Trine Winterø, MTIC. The network has a steering committee with representatives from the medical device industry, universities and hospitals.
Welfare Tech - Innovation Network for Health and Welfare Technology
Nine Danish organizations in the health and welfare technology are combined in this network, which will also provide Danish companies easier access to knowledge and skills - especially in the commercialization and export of Danish rehab, services, healthcare IT and the like.
The network is based on the growing demand for technology and services that can help people with special needs to - to help themselves. For example, when patients are discharged from the hospital but still need to be kept an eye on regarding the progress of their disease, or when citizens from illness or disability are in need of rehabilitation or special care.
Behind Welfare Tech - Innovation Network for Health and Welfare technology are: MedTech Innovation Center, Aalborg Municipality, Alexandra Institute, Delta, Health Innovation Centre of Southern Denmark, DTI, Vaeksthus Copenhagen and Welfare Tech.
Welfare Tech is responsible for the daily management, while a steering committee with representatives from both the public and the private sector sets the strategic direction for the network and activities. Birgitte Dam Kræmmergaard from Zealand Care is chairman of the steering committee.