Our pillars / Case studies

  • Build awareness of the value of digital health products and solutions
  • Represent the digital health sector
  • Deliver industry foresight to members
  • Support the development of a worldclass talent pool for the digital health sector
  • Build partnerships in the digital health sector

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Latest case study / Going Global from Ireland

Elaine Murray

Communications & Public Affairs Lead, EIT Health Ireland-UK

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100 Startups supported to foster innovation that improves patient care / EIT Health Ireland-UK

EIT Health, a part of EIT (European Institute of Innovation and Technology) is one of the largest health innovation networks in Europe made up of over 130 EIT Health partners. It aims to promote innovation and entrepreneurship in the healthcare industry, with a view to ultimately contribute to the affordability and sustainability of healthcare.

EIT Health Ireland-UK is a regional hub, part of EIT Health, which fosters a collaborative network that connects leading healthcare innovators, academic institutions, and industry partners from Ireland and the UK into Europe. EIT Health is playing a key role in driving healthcare innovation and entrepreneurship in Europe. And a regional base in Ireland has made it well-positioned to be a leading force in the healthcare industry for years to come.

Report / Where Digital Health Thrives

The Ibec Digital Health Working Group’s vision is to enable Ireland to become a recognised global hub for digital health, where companies can develop and commercialise products, as well as attract projects and investments. 

Our aim is to drive cross-sectoral engagement, and increase awareness of Ireland as a place ‘Where Digital Health Thrives’ to ensure we have the right business policies and conditions to grow the digital heath sector here. 

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Working together for Digital Health

To drive this campaign Ibec has brought together the Irish Medtech Association, Technology Ireland and BioPharmaChem Ireland for a special cross-sectoral campaign which spans a publication, map, presentation, digital collateral, events, training, and more.