DAK-E - Danish Quality Unit of General Practice – was established in 2007 as a unit under the Foundation for Quality and E-Health (KIF) in Denmark. DAK-E is funded by funds from the agreement between Danish Regions and the Organisation of General Practitioners in Denmark (PLO).
The KIF board is composed of representatives from the PLO, The Danish College of General Practitioners (DSAM) and Danish Regions.
Currently, there are 16 employees in DAK-E. The daily staff is situated in locations in Odense and Aarhus.
DAK-E coordinates quality development in general practice in collaboration with the regions through the Unit for Quality Development (KFU).
The Data Capture module - The module is implemented in all Danish medical systems so that each doctor can transmit patient data to a Danish General Practice Database (DAMD). An important part of the data capture module is quality development based on feedback data to each practice.
PKO is a network of practitioners that helps to strengthen the cooperation between hospital departments, their doctors, their staff, general practitioners, municipalities and the municipal home for the benefit of the individual patient.