Recently, Enterprise Ireland successfully organized the event ‘Global Healthcare Technology Forum 2022’ in the capital city of Dublin, Ireland. The event took place over 3 days from June 14th to 16th, with the participation of 130 CEOs from global healthcare technology companies representing 22 countries, along with 77 healthcare technology companies from Ireland. Novamed Vietnam is incredibly proud and honored to be a part of this year’s forum.
The international healthcare technology forum commenced on June 14th, 2022, at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Organized by Enterprise Ireland, the forum spanned three days with over 130 top CEOs from 22 countries in attendance. Delegates from governmental agencies and private enterprises came together to discuss the future of the healthcare technology industry and engage with 77 healthcare technology companies from Ireland.
The conference provided a platform for international healthcare organizations to discuss post-pandemic strategies and the role of innovation in improving treatment outcomes. It was an opportunity for Irish companies to understand the challenges global healthcare systems are facing, along with prospects for future collaborations.
Speaking on the eve of the event, Minister for Business, Trade, and Employment, Leo Varadkar TD, stated:
“This forum is a great opportunity for global healthcare leaders to meet in Ireland and discuss the future of patient care and innovative new treatment methods. It is also an opportunity for global healthcare leaders to see the dynamism in Ireland’s life sciences sector. The Life Sciences ecosystem – a key component of Ireland’s economy – comprises healthcare organizations, research organizations, and businesses, ultimately making a real difference to patients globally.”
Leo Clancy, CEO of Enterprise Ireland, added:
“Enterprise Ireland is proud to bring the Global Healthcare Technology Forum to Ireland. Our Life Sciences sector is globally renowned for innovation and quality. As such, this three-day event will allow over 70 Irish companies to showcase their innovation and research plans to over 130 top CEOs in the global healthcare technology field. This is a significant event that acknowledges the international recognition of the strength of this sector in Ireland and its central role in addressing global healthcare challenges and improving patient outcomes.”
Delegate Presentations at the Forum
After the conference on June 14th, delegates will spend the next two days meeting with healthcare service providers, inventors, and entrepreneurs to discuss the future of the healthcare industry in Ireland and globally, while also examining the differences that life sciences companies in Ireland are creating.
On Wednesday (June 15th), delegates will be present in Galway and Offaly to visit Tullamore Hospital, guided by the HSE Digital Transformation Unit. They will also participate in meetings with key stakeholders in the healthcare innovation ecosystem in Ireland. Specifically, the meetings will involve the University College Dublin’s Innovation Hub (iHub), BioInnovate, the Irish Health Innovation Hub, and a site visit to a company supported by Enterprise Ireland, specializing in gas-form medications.
On Thursday, delegates will visit St. James’s Hospital, Dublin, with a focus on digital health innovation. They will also meet with senior leaders from research units based in Dublin, organized by the Guinness Enterprise Center, and visit two companies supported by Enterprise Ireland, HealthBeacon and Trulife.
On both days, Irish life sciences companies will have the opportunity to introduce and present their innovative proposals to the delegates.
Attending the Global Healthcare Technology Forum 2022, Novamed Vietnam carries the mission of learning and engaging with major healthcare systems worldwide.
Despite its relatively short time in establishment and development, Novamed Vietnam has swiftly embraced advanced medical technologies to incorporate into its products, exemplified by the Nov@oxy atmospheric oxygen generator. However, the leadership team and staff at Novamed Vietnam understand that there is still much effort needed in the future to elevate the domestic medical equipment manufacturing industry to new heights. Therefore, at this event, Novamed Vietnam representatives have endeavored to exchange, learn, and absorb the essence of excellence from renowned global medical companies, conglomerates, and research institutions, with a desire to collaborate and apply these advanced technologies in Vietnam, towards products benefiting the Vietnamese people. This presents a significant opportunity for Novamed Vietnam on its path of upcoming development.
Chris Coburn, Director of Innovation at Mass General Brigham, the largest healthcare service provider in Massachusetts and one of the largest hospital-based research organizations in the United States with an annual research budget of nearly $2 billion.
Professor Yvonne Doyle, Director of Health, Public Health NHS. Yvonne has served as Legal Advisor to two Mayors of London. She is a medical doctor with over 30 years of senior roles in the NHS and the UK Department of Health, as well as in other independent academic fields.
Dr. Tad Funahashi, Director of Innovation & Transformation, Kaiser Permanent, one of the largest non-profit healthcare service providers in the United States, with over 12 million members.
Dr. Ibtesam Al Bastaki, Director of Health Investment & PPP Projects, Dubai Health Authority, with a mission to transform Dubai into a leading healthcare destination by promoting integrated and innovative care models and enhancing community engagement.
Daniela Hommel, CFO and Head of Strategy & Innovation Operations, Helios Global Health GmbH, the largest healthcare service provider in Europe with acute care facilities in Germany, Spain, and Latin America.
Dr. Prem Kumar Nair, CEO, IHH Healthcare Singapore, one of the world’s largest healthcare networks, with 80 hospitals in 10 countries including Malaysia, Turkey, and Singapore.”
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