Succeed with Private - Public Partnerships in Healthcare

Learn to create a solid foundation for valuable collaboration with Danish hospitals and regions

Date icon

24 Sep 2024

Attendance icon

On location

Language icon


Price icon
6,500 DKK ex VAT

(app. 874 EUR ex VAT)



Does it sometimes feel difficult to get a handle on Private- Public Partnerships (PPP) and Private- Public Innovation (PPI) collaborations?

Everyone is talking about these collaborations as an essential part of the solution to our healthcare challenges, and these collaborations are one of the focal points of the government's life science strategy. 

But the collaboration can take many shapes and forms and involve such diverse areas as, for example, research and development, work processes, patient treatment, medicines, medical devices and equipment, purchasing, or education. So how do you get started? And ensure success?

On this one day course, you learn from real-life cases, how your company can reach its goals with PPP and PPI collaborations.

We have assembled a team of specialists from the industry and Danish healthcare system who, from each of their areas of experience, give you: 

  • Concrete examples of how companies have approached the collaboration.
  • Knowledge about what hospital directors and public purchasers require and the results that have been created.

Other course participants say

"A thoroughly well-planned course, where lots of nuances of the topic were covered. Overall really interesting."

Rikke Andresen, Product Specialist


  • Public-private collaboration
  • Medical Affairs
  • Market Access
  • Public Affairs
  • Stakeholder management

Save information for later
Read more

Course leader & lecturers

  • Elisabeth Gammelgaard Ludvig
    Course leader
  • Louise Bertelsen Forman
    Partner, Attorney-at-law
    Loeven Advokatfirma
See all

Watch the video

Is this course for you?

This course is for you who, as an employee in the pharmaceutical industry or the medtech industry, collaborate or wish to collaborate with the public sector on research and development, work processes, patient treatment, medicines, equipment, purchasing, or training.

What you will learn

  1. The expectations and work processes of public institutions such as hospitals.
  2. How you, as a life science company, can initiate and implement a public-private cooperation project.
  3. Clarity regarding which results you can expect from such collaboration and how you can use them for the benefit of your company.

    What your company will get

    1. An employee who can advise management and colleagues on how a public-private partnership can be approached and scoped.
    2. An employee who knows what public collaboration partners expect from a collaboration and what demands it places on your company.
    3. An employee who knows about other successful public-private collaborations and can translate these experiences into your company's needs.

    Course calendar

    24 Sep 2024 9:00-16:00
    • What is the essence of private – public partnerships in healthcare? Do we have the right foundation?
    • A sustainable health care system includes partnerships
    • The hospital GM wants to beat inequality in health and secure better treatment with partnerships
    • ‘Rigshospitalet’, Janssen and Johnson & Johnson Medtech join forces to solve doctors’ and patients’ needs.
    • Innovative public procurement solves clinicians’ needs at Bispebjerg and Frederiksberg Hospitals
    • Get ready to become a public health care partner
    Practical information


    Registration deadline
    19 Sep 2024
    Lersø Parkallé 101
    2100 København Ø
    24 Sep
    Sometimes things change. This is the expected programme.

    Course information


    Prior to the course you will get access to mandatory and optional readings via your personal Atrium log-in.


    There is no examination for this course.

    Course leader

    Elisabeth Gammelgaard Ludvig


    Louise Bertelsen Forman
    Partner, Attorney-at-law
    Loeven Advokatfirma

    You may also be interested in these courses

    Want to know more, or need help?

    Contact Client Manager Ida Salicath at +45 39 15 09 46

    Send me an email