Powering public data to shape future health
Does your company have an idea for a new business model which can flourish based on public Danish health data – then this challenge is for you!
Denmark’s Ministry of Business is launching the Life Data Challenge in collaboration with the Danish Design Centre and Digital Hub Denmark. The Life Data Challenge invites companies from all over the world to submit ideas on how Danish health data can be used in the development of new business models that create value for both people and businesses. Danish health data is widely acknowledged to be among the best in the world due to Denmark’s decades-long tradition of registering and journaling patient cases.
All companies with a great idea for shaping the future of health can participate in this challenge. This includes small and medium-sized companies as well as large corporations, preferably with experience in working with data in the field of health.
Perhaps you are with a small company that sees the possibilities and challenges of working with quality health data. You may have worked on a solution for a long time, but never had the chance to take it to the next level. Or perhaps you are exploring a new business area where Danish health data could be the gamechanger.
What’s in it for me?
- The first prize winner receives a cash prize of 50,000 DKK.
- The first, second and third place will receive legal mentoring from experts at a total val- ue of 50,000 DKK.
- The five finalists will be invited to a full-day challenge workshop with mentoring from subject experts and one-on-one coaching in applying design methods to the solution.
- Finalists will have the chance to test the theoretical framework for a new solution or idea and receive feedback from leading Danish and international experts.
- Finalists will pitch in front of top actors in the Danish healthcare system and the international jury at the pitch event and award ceremony in November.
- Participants will have the opportunity to connect with national and international networks in health and tech.