eHealth Innovation of the Year Award

OVERVIEW

The Irish Medtech Association, Enterprise Ireland, and IDA Ireland are proud to announce the 12th annual Irish Medtech Excellence Awards. There are over 450 medtech companies operating in Ireland which employ 38,000 people. We want to recognise your achievements and reward your performance which makes Ireland one of the best places in the world for medtech. Irish Medtech Association/Ibec, Enterprise Ireland, and IDA would like to invite all their members and client companies to submit an application for the Irish Medtech Excellence Awards 2018.

eHealth Innovation of the Year Award 2018

The eHealth Innovation Award recognises the integration of ICT in the world of healthcare. This Award rewards the best eHealth/ mHealth solutions produced by the eHealth sector and is open to industries having a product or service in the e-health area. Applicants are asked to describe:

1. Innovation strategy and evidence of execution (Innovation contributes to solving a health or public health issue) (20)
2. Technological complexity and/or quality of service (20)
3. Clinical impact and benefit for end-user (20)
4. Economic impact (value for money/system cost saving/ patient outcomes) (20)
5. Market penetration and/or degree of use (20)

Submissions will be accepted on projects that are on-going, or that have completed within the past 4 years. The project description should not exceed 1,500 words.

Applications should be submitted by completing this form and uploading it online through the 'Enter the Irish Medtech Awards' page. Closing date for entries is Monday 24 September 2018.

EXTENDED DEADLINE 15 October.

The awards will be presented by Anton Savage at the Black Tie Dinner on Thursday 6 December 2018 in Cork.

Sponsors

Platinum Sponsors
KPMG
Gold Sponsors
BemisSteriPack Contract ManufacturingTeleflex MedicalArthur CoxVistaMedStryker
Silver Sponsors
Creganna MedicalHanna Moore and Curley
Training sponsor
Irish Medtech Association Skillnet

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