IMSTA Awards

IMSTA AWARDS 2017 LAUNCHING SHORTLY


CONGRATULATIONS TO IMSTA AWARD WINNERS 2016

Wayne Younge and James Kelleher from Zimmer Biomet accept the award from Most Cost Effective Product/Service from Colman Casey CEO Health Innovation Hub for their Synavosure Alpha Defensin
Dr Karen Davies ENT Surgeon, Tricia Canning, Teresa O’Rourke, Roulla Katiri from the Mater Misericordiae Hospital accept the award for best Healthcare Innovation Award from Dr Graham Love Chief Executive Health Research Board
Tony McGahon and Michael Malone from CMC Hygea accept the award for Best Primary Care/Community Care Service Award from Alan Wallace Partner at Mangan O’Beirne and Justin Carty CEO IMSTA
Greg Balmer Inner Strength TickerFit accepts the award for Best Industry/ Health System Collaboration from Sean Donnelly, Prospectus Management Consultants and Justin Carty CEO IMSTA
Laura Lynn Children’s Hospice represented by Sharon Morrow, Kerry McLaverty, Gerard Slevin and Michelle Hartnett accept the eHealth Award from Declan Fitzgerald Chairman Health Informatics Society Ireland for Double Robotics
Philip Cullinane of Olympus Ireland accepts the award for Best Technical Services Support Company from Tracy Burke Director of Business Development Arvato and Justin Carty CEO IMSTA.
Pauline McEnerney ACCUSCIENCE accepts the award for Best Improvement in Patient Safety Award from Prof Frank Murray President Royal College of Physicians and Justin Carty IMSTA for the National Blood Tracing System
Larry Keaveney General Manager of Philips accepts the award for Medical Technology Education and Training Award from Brian Kearney Chairperson BEAI and Justin Carty IMSTA
Dr. Crina Burlacu and Louise Kelly from the College of Anaesthetists accept the award for Educational/ Training User Programme Award from Justin Carty IMSTA and Mary Jacob Dean RCSI Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery
Richard Hughes of Medtronic accepts the award for Most Innovative Product from Justin Carty IMSTA and John Shiels Technology Development Advisor at Enterprose Ireland for the Micra Transcatheter Pacemaker
Roger Waugh of Fannin accepts the award for Most Innovative Product produced in Ireland for their Espiner Morcellation Containment System from John Shiels Technology Development Advisor at Enterprise Ireland and Justin Carty IMSTA