CCIO nominated for IMSTA Award 2017

imsta-awardsWe are delighted that the Council of Clinical Information Officers are nominated for an IMSTA Medtech Award for Education and Training User Programme, sponsored by the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. The IMSTA MedTech Awards are an opportunity to highlight the quality of your products / services and excellence of your company. The annual awards event is a platform for the supply industry to showcase the state-of-the-art medical technologies we bring to the market and demonstrate the valuable contribution our industry is making to healthcare in Ireland. 

Previous IMSTA award winners come from acute hospital research teams, primary health care providers, SME start ups, community health care products, digital health entrepreneurs, global med tech companies, local distributors and many other extraordinary people and health care professionals. The IMSTA awards provide an opportunity to showcase the extraordinary talent and innovation that exists in the Irish Medtech ecosystem. 

Winning an IMSTA award will bring your product or service to a national audience and could open up new avenues and/ or opportunities. The awards ceremony takes place tonight, the 28th September, at Croke Park. We will keep you updated! 

With over 300 members, the Council of Clinical Information Officers is one the largest clinical community fora in 2017cciologoEurope, focusing on the training and development of clinicians in the ‘ICT for healthcare’ sector. Each year, the Council forum provides structured opportunities to network, learn and participate in multi-stakeholder discussions and consultations on eHealth training, development and clinical implementation of digital solutions.

It also continues to provide a platform for stakeholders to develop partnerships for projects and initiatives that harness the potential of information and communication technologies for advancing and achieving an eHealth Strategy for Ireland.

The Council is organised through eHealth Ireland and lead by the HSE Chief Clinical Information Officer, Yvonne Goff