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In this section, national initiatives which have been set up in Denmark can be found.

Report by DK Institute for Health Services Research

"Socio-economic Consequences of Pain-Intensive Diseases in Denmark"

The report "Socio-economic Consequences of Pain-Intensive Diseases in Denmark", published in Denmark, December 2011 by the Danish Institute for Health Services Research, summarizes the findings of a study on 1.9 million pain patients in Denmark and is based on a comprehensive set of data from different Danish registries. This data was gathered in a period of 11 years (1998-2008). Patterns of health care consumption, health care costs and socio-economic factors for the patients are being discussed in the report.

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