Conceptmaking™ is an interdisciplinary design and consultancy firm specialising in radical innovation and concept and organisational development.
We offer our services to both public and private businesses.




Management in emergency wards

Management in the new emergency setup
/4 regions, 6 hospitals and their respective emergency wards
The aim of the project is to exploit the synergies and potential for development that emerge when six emergency wards unite – with their diverse experieinces, perspectives and expertise – to meet a shared challenge: creating, managing and operating an emergency ward.
The development process takes its point of departure in specific local challenges and continues in a cross-regional collaboration among hospitals – and will result in concrete initiatives which can be implemented in practice.
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Our core expertise is public/private innovation processes in the healthcare sector, where our user-centred approach adds value for both patients and personnel.


Systems to encourage better hygiene behaviour

Systems to encourage better hygiene behaviour

The hygiene project: Research and development collaboration
/The Regional Hospital of Randers and Grenå and Aarhus University Hospital
Did you know that about 10% of all patients admitted to in Danish hospitals get hospital-acquired infections?
Over the past two years, we have explored the challenges related to hygiene behaviour at hospitals in the context of a research and development partnership with the Regional Hospital of Randers and Grenå and Aarhus University Hospital.
Learn more about the hygiene project HERE

Unlike other consultancies, our approach involves breathing life into the innovative capacity that already exists in every organisation, rather than acting as “experts” on innovation.





Radiology development project

Improving response times in the radiology department
/Radiology department, Aalborg Hospital

The ambition of this project is to reduce response times on radiological examinations by optimising work flows and focussing on improving cooperation in the department. The best approach is to involve the department’s personnel directly. Personnel are participating in workshops over the course of the summer. Together, we will work on concrete prioritised areas which were identified through a focussed research project this spring.

Learn more about the project HERE