OpenApp selected to join Health Innovation Hub

Health_Innovation_Hub

OpenApp have been selected among 16 health and technology firms to join Ireland's Health Innovation Hub. The hub, an initiative launched by Minister for Health, Dr James Reilly TD and Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD is supported by Enterprise Ireland, The IDA, The Department of Health and Children, Health Service Executive, Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Science Foundation Ireland and UCC.

"The aim is to give medtech companies ready-made access to the Irish health system via the hub to rapidly live-test their products. The big idea is that indigenous companies will use it to develop new products for export, while foreign companies will be attracted to invest near the HIH for the same reason".

(Irish Times - Feb 2nd 2014)

"Game-changer for the medtech industry in Ireland".

 

Health Innovation Hub in the News

Irish Times: ‘Big idea’ that could supersize Ireland’s medtech industry

Irish Times: Health hub picks 16 tech firms for final pilot phase (2014 call)

Silicon Republic: Health Innovation Hub launches to help healthcare companies create solutions faster (2012 call)

UCC: Ministers launch Health Innovation Hub in UCC (2012 call)

 

Article published by Fiona Aherne, April 24th, 2014. For more information, please contact info@openapp.ie

Latest News

The Right People in the Right Place

21 June 2022

HSE recruitment, resources, needs analysis, parity, fairness, transparency, data backed decisions OpenApp were approached to help an existing recruitment process identify and align communities most in need with available mental health professionals & determine the most equitable hiring locations. This was the first step in an attempt to balance the…

Read More

OpenApp Celebrates 20th Anniversary

23 May 2022

OpenApp Celebrates 20th Anniversary OpenApp is delighted to announce: we’ve turned 20! From starting with a focus on open source software in Ireland and the EU, to the global expansion into patient registries to support patient advocacy, disease research, and treatment efficacy research, we’ve greatly expanded our impact on healthcare…

Read More

Increasing Patient Communication and Engagement: How Children’s Tumour Foundation (CTF) are reaching more patients Through Multi-Language Functionality

25 March 2022

Increasing Patient Communication and Engagement: How Children’s Tumour Foundation (CTF) are reaching more patients Through Multi-Language Functionality OpenApp are pleased to announce the NF Registry by Children’s Tumour Foundation (CTF)  is now live in four additional languages: French, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish. This new enhancement provides access to the registry…

Read More

ADDRESS

Avoca House,

189-193 Parnell Street,

Ireland.

D01 H578

 

 

OpenApp are delighted to announce that we will be attending the 11th ECRD conference, the largest patient-led rare disease conference. We hope to see you there!#ecrd2022

Considering a registry? But struggling with where to start and what to consider? Here's an article penned by OpenApp's CEO and Head of Business Development that sheds light on the common misconceptions about starting a registry:http://bit.ly/Myths-Facts

"Patients should be the center of everything instead of the compound" - Christopher U. Missling, PhD. #MondayMotivation #RareDisease

#happybirthday to us! This year marks OpenApp's 20th anniversary! We want to extend a big thank you to all of our partners for allowing us grow and develop into the organization we are today.
To learn more on our journey and goals for the future,visit:https://www.openapp.ie/openapp-celebrates-20th-anniversary/

Back to in-person events, we are delighted to be face to face and learning from thought leaders across the Irish healthcare ecosystem at the Future Health Summit over the next 2 days! #FHsummit2022 https://www.futurehealthsummit.com/

Load More...

Copyright © 2021 OpenApplications All rights reserved.

OpenApplications Consulting Ltd. Registered in Ireland No. 355595