Join the webinar and gain knowledge about sustainable procurement in the Nordic countries. During the webinar you will gain insights and answers to the following questions: What is the role of healthcare in climate impact? What is the situation right now in relation to a sustainable healthcare system and what does the future hold? How should companies work with sustainability in order for the healthcare system to achieve its procurement goals? What is the status in various Nordic countries in relation to regulations in tenders that will ensure more sustainable procurement in the health care system in the future?
How do we achieve a sustainable healthcare in Finland, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark? Join the webinar Sustainable Nordic Healthcare and gain knowledge and insight about sustainable procurement in the Nordic countries.
Regions, municipalities and hospitals make choices about the products and services they use, from medications, food, and hospital supplies to different kind of energy sources and waste management solutions. They can directly contribute to reaching the sustainable development goals and thus reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Join this webinar ‘Sustainable Nordic Healthcare’ and get insights and answers to:
This webinar is mainly for companies and decision-makers from regions, municipalities and hospitals. But all with interest in sustainability in healthcare are welcome.
Sign up for free and join the webinar via your computer, tablet or smartphone. Join live to ask questions. We will send the presenation and link to the recording of the webinar afterwards.
(Times in CET)
13.30 – 13.35 Welcome
13.35 – 13.55 Keynote: Building sustainability with smart health approaches
Bogi Eliasen, Associated Partner, Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies
13.55 -14.55 Presentations by each country
14.55 – 15.00 Thank you for joining & Next step
This webinar is organized by the NorCare collaboration consisting of Danish Life Science Cluster, Norwegian Smart Care Cluster, Business Region Gothenburg, and Oulu Health.