One of Europe's most developed digital health markets, Sweden, is at risk as policymakers consider reimbursement reductions and making its B2C telehealth players restructure to reduce scale. Providers say they might abandon the market.
Danish operators are getting to grips with new legislation which for the first time allows non-municipal entities to both run a nursing home business and own its premises. We speak to the Nordic's fourth largest nursing home provider Ambea about the change.
Outpatient networks are growing fast as healthcare markets see the emphasis shift away from hospitals. HBI 2019 gathered outpatient experts from around the globe to find out what business models work best, and where.
We talk to the COO of European Cannabis Holdings (ECH), one of the continent's most ambitious investors in a sector which saw $13.8bn in global M&A activity in 2018, up 400% from the previous year. The group, which is behind the UK's first medical cannabis clinic, may follow the lead of successful Canadian IPOs with a London listing.
Investor is to complete its pullout from the health care services sector according to sources. Having flogged Aleris' primary care arm to and its care business to Ambea, we hear it now wants to sell off its hospital business in Sweden, Denmark and Norway.