Human and Digital Navigators to improve access to healthcare for people with multimorbidity-Danish experience


People with multimorbidity (MM) often need to coordinate service and information from multiple healthcare professionals for their complex healthcare needs, which requires a healthcare system that is responsive to their needs with efficiency.


At the recent Shifting Gears Summit conducted by the Consumers Health Forum, Dr Nana Folmann-Hempler and Prof. Brian Oldenburg presented on the project that Nana and her colleagues are undertaking in Denmark. The research project aims to improve access to and utilization of healthcare and preventive services across sectors for people with multimorbidity, by co-designing and testing a human and digital navigator intervention in the adult population aged 18-65 years and living on the Danish island of Bornholm.

Check out the video below to find out the details!