For the past 13 years, Tenna has worked to facilitate and create partnerships across private and public sectors – and across disciplines. These partnerships have aimed to drive or support innovation activities aimed at solving the challenges in healthcare. The last four years Tenna has worked as CEO of the development and innovation platform Medtech Innovation Consortium, which is a non-profit organization that aims to create opportunities for renewal and change across municipalities, hospitals and the general practitioners while supporting growth and development in companies. One of the main tools for this is public-private innovation. In addition, Tenna is active in several national panels and project steering groups, where the focus is on the development of technological solutions and products for the healthcare system.