Event details

Thu 21. Apr 2022
15:00 -
Børssalen (Dansk Erhverv)
Slotholmsgade 1
If you have any questions leading up to the event, feel free to reply to this email: tro@danishlifesciencecluster.dk

Legal barriers to better use of health data in Denmark – new report

Børssalen (Dansk Erhverv)
Thu 21. Apr 2022


April 21, 2022, 15:00-17:30 CET at Børssalen (Dansk Erhverv), Slotholmsgade 1, 1217 Copenhagen

Join this event where the experts presents a new analysis that maps the perceived legal barriers to better use of health data in Denmark. Get the results of the analysis, including the three concrete recommendations.

This event is organized by the Danish Life Science Cluster in collaboration with lifesciencelaw.dk, Data Redder Liv, Dansk Erhverv, Kammeradvokaten Poul Schmith and PwC.

You can participate physically or online (there is a limited number of seats at the physical event). The event will mainly be in Danish language. Please learn more via the link to the Danish Life Science Cluster.

For more infomation and registration – click here.

Technological developments with new data analysis methods, data types and increasing amounts of data create opportunities in the healthcare sector, but researchers and companies are experiencing a number of setbacks in order to realize the full potential for the Danish healthcare system and the treatment of patients in Denmark.


The report is created by PwC, the law firm Poul Schmith (Kammeradvokaten) and Jest-Consulting in collaboration with the Danish Life Science Cluster, the Danish Ministry of Health, the Danish Ministry of Business Affairs and in dialogue with other Danish life science stakeholders. The analysis was published on February 7, 2022.


For more information or question please contact


Thomas Rosenfeldt, General Manager
Danish Life Science Cluster





Welcome and background

by Thomas Rosenfeldt, program and analysis manager, Danish Life Science Cluster


The analysis, the process, results and recommendations

by Martin Sønnersgaard, partner, Kammeradvokaten Poul Schmith and Flemming Christiansen, director, PwC


Panel discussion with questions for the panel and the experts behind the analysis

(list of panelists to be announced)


Next steps



(light refreshment is served)