IMSTA Conference Programme 2015

making it happen
Enabling change in healthcare
ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY SUPPLY INDUSTRY
WEDNESDAY 25TH MARCH 2015
CROWNE PLAZA, NORTHWOOD, SANTRY, DUBLIN 9
making it happen
Enabling change in healthcare
WELCOME TO
IMSTA’S 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
A new funding model, Implementing clinical
pathways,Integrating system wide care
Can the MedTech Industry help make this happen?
The theme of this year’s event could not be more fitting at a time
when the 3 elements we have chosen to make central to the
conference – funding, clinical pathways and system integration –
are vital to enabling change in healthcare delivery.
making it happen Enabling change in healthcare
highlights industry’s pivotal role.
• Less invasive procedures & quicker recovery times shorten hospital stays
• Smart technologies reduce treatment costs
• Lower infection rates curtail risk
Industry enables health care system performance, access, quality and
sustainability.
IMSTA’s 2015 Annual Conference highlights how collaboration and a partnership
approach to efficient healthcare solutions can make it happen
Here to help healthcare providers with the most clinically and cost effective
diagnostic and therapeutic solutions.
Book early to secure your place. Registration on-line at www.imsta.ie.
ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY SUPPLY INDUSTRY
WEDNESDAY 25TH MARCH 2015
CROWNE PLAZA, NORTHWOOD, SANTRY, DUBLIN 9
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME
8.30 a.m.
OPENING ADDRESS
Mr Tony O’Brien
Director General HSE
MC FOR THE CONFERENCE
Dr Johnny Walker
Founder & President, Health Founders.
Interventional Radiologist & Nuclear Physician
SESSION 1
SESSION 2
8.35
10.05
SESSION 3
11.35
Development and Evaluation
of Medical Devices
What the Future Holds
Procurement Reform
8.40
Developing Medical Devices in
a Healthcare Environment
Prof. Deirdre McNamara
MD FRCP(Edin) FRCPI, Associate
Professor Gastroenterology &
Director TAGG Research Centre,
Trinity College Dublin
10.10
MFTP, ABF, DRGs – What does it
all mean?
Maureen Cronin
Head of Healthcare Pricing Office
at Health Service Executive
11.40
Funding Innovation Through
Pre-Commercial Procurement
Dr Anne Blackwood
Chief Executive,
Health Enterprise East
9.00
Facilitating Clinicians and
Innovators - Health Innovation
Hub
Dr Colman Casey
HIH Director
10.30
Right care, right now – critical
care delivery reforms across the
acute healthcare system
Dr Michael Power
National Clinical Lead, Critical
Care Programme, CSP HSE
9.20
Does economic evaluation of
medical technologies result in
an increased uptake of new
innovations?
Brenda Dooley
Managing Director,
AXIS Healthcare Consulting Ltd.
10.50
What is an eHealth “ecosystem”
anyway, and do Hospitals really
need one?
Prof. Neil O’Hare
Director of Informatics,
St. James’s Hospital, Dublin
9.40Q&A
11.10Q&A
9.45 a.m.
11.15 a.m.
Tea/coffee
Tea/Coffee
12.00
Procuring for outcomes,
a different approach
Dr Paul Davis
DCU
12.20
The EU Procurement Directive:
Procuring value for money under
the new rules
Joao Costa
Legal & Compliance Counsel,
Medtronic
12.40
SESSION 3
Panel Discussion
1.00 p.m.
LUNCH
PARALLEL SESSION:
‘Meet the Buyer’ with HSE Procurement
Senior procurement professionals from HSE will be available to engage
with suppliers
Presentation topics / titles may be subject to change
making it happen
Enabling change in healthcare
SPEAKER PROFILES
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1. Brenda Dooley
Managing Director, AXIS Healthcare Consulting Ltd.
6. Prof. Neil O’Hare
Director of Informatics, St. James’s Hospital, Dublin
Company founder, Brenda Dooley has over 15 years’
experience in the Pharmaceutical Industry where she held a
number of senior leadership roles in a number of areas including
training, business development, marketing, payer relations and
market access. Brenda was formerly a Director of Market Access
and Payer Relations at Pfizer Healthcare Ireland. Brenda is a
member of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics
and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) and a member of the ISPOR
Medical Devices and Diagnostics Special Interest Group. Brenda
has an MSc. (Hons) in Health Economics from NUI Galway where
she was awarded a distinction for her Masters thesis which
examined the role of HTA agencies in Budgetary Risk
Management in Ireland and the UK.
Prof. Neil O’Hare is currently Director of Informatics in St. James’s
Hospital, Dublin. This is the largest acute academic hospital in
Ireland and as Director of Informatics Neil has corporate
responsibility for ICT, Medical Physics, Clinical Engineering and
Medical Photography. Until recently Neil was Programme Lead
for National Integrated Medical Imaging System (NIMIS) Project
for the Health Service Executive (Ireland). This is currently the
largest Healthcare IT project in Ireland with its aim being to
implement a national integrated PACS/RIS solution into all
hospitals that currently do not have such and to integrate
existing systems to facilitate a national diagnostic image
solution. Prof. O’Hare holds academic appointments in Medical
Physics in both DCU and TCD. He has research interests in the
areas of Medical Imaging, Informatics and Non-Ionising
Radiation Protection. He has over 50 peer reviewed publications.
2. Dr Colman Casey, HIH Director
Health Innovation Hub & University College Cork
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B.Sc., UCC, 1978, Ph.D. in Microbiology (UCC) 1983. In addition
to his position of Director in the Health Innovation Hub, Colman is
also the administrative director for research and industrial liaison
of the College of Medicine and Health and the interim director
of the Cork Science and Innovation Park in UCC. He was
formerly the president and founder member of PDA Ireland.
Colman served on the boards of Avecia, ISPE, American
Chamber of Commerce, National Food Biotechnology Centre
and Cork University Foundation and was granted a
Distinguished Alumnus Award by University College Cork in 2003.
3. Prof. Deirdre McNamara MD FRCP(Edin) FRCPI,
Associate Professor Gastroenterology & Director TAGG Research
Centre, Trinity College Dublin
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Prof. Deirdre McNamara is a gastroenterologist based at the
Adelaide and Meath Hospital , and Trinity College Dublin. She
graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 1993, and obtained her
membership of the Royal College of Physicians, Ireland , in 1997.
Her CCST in Gastroenterology and General Internal Medicine,
and MD, were awarded in 2002. She is currently the project
leader for the Cancer Prevention Institute based at the Adelaide
and Meath Hospital and National Children’s Hospital, Dublin.
7. Dr Anne Blackwood
Chief Executive, Health Enterprise East
Dr Anne Blackwood is Chief Executive of a leading NHS
Innovation Hub in the UK, Health Enterprise East. With overall
responsibility for the management and performance of the
company, Anne’s in-depth knowledge of the NHS and its
evolving innovation landscape make her ideally placed to lead
the Health Enterprise East team. Anne is also a Director of the
Health Innovations Alliance, the nationwide partnership of NHS
Innovation Hubs. Anne has also been involved in the planning
and delivery of SBRI competitions within the UK health service for
over 6 years. SBRI is a pre-commercial procurement programme
that works with the health service to identify unmet needs and
then offers those needs in the form of challenges for industry to
solve. Anne has been actively involved in knowledge transfer
and intellectual property management in the life sciences for
over 12 years. She joined Health Enterprise East in 2005 from
Cambridge Enterprise, the technology transfer office of the
University of Cambridge. Anne holds a PhD in chemistry from
Strathclyde University.
8. Dr Paul Davis
Strategy Procurement and Supply Chain Management
DCU Business School
Maureen Cronin is a graduate of University College Dublin and
a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Certified Accountants
(FCCA). She worked as Head of HSE Corporate Reporting &
Budgeting for 13 years before taking up a new role this year as
Head of the Healthcare Pricing Office and Executive Lead for
‘Money Follows the Patient’. She has extensive experience of
health-service financing and is leading the 2015 conversion from
hospital block budgets to activity-based funding.
Dr Davis is currently involved in helping to develop the
procurement profession in Ireland, through education,
professional development and training. He is actively involved
in a number of research projects, topics including public private
partnerships, innovation in public procurement, impact of
technology on procurement process. He is Chair of the MSc in
Strategic Procurement and Chair and a Director of the Global
Standard in Purchasing and Supply Management Education.
Last year he co-chaired with Professor Khi Thai the
International Public Procurement Conference in August 2014
in Dublin, attracting over 260 public procurement professionals
and academics from over 60 countries.
5. Dr Michael Power
National Clinical Lead, Critical Care Programme, CSP HSE
9. Joao Pereira da Costa
Legal & Compliance Counsel, Medtronic Portugal
Appointment- Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care,
Beaumont Hospital, Dublin National Clinical Lead, Critical Care
Programme, National Clinical Programmes, HSE. Education and
training- Qualified MB 1986 UCD. Completed internal medicine
residency training at Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee,
USA, Board-certified in Internal Medicine, American Board of
Internal Medicine, Fellow American College of Physicians
(FACP). Completed anaesthesia specialist training, Dublin, Fellow
of the Faculty of Anaesthetists of Royal College of Surgeons in
Ireland (FFARCSI). Completed critical care medicine fellowship
training at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh,
USA, Board-certified in Critical Care Medicine, American Board
of Internal Medicine, Fellow of the Joint Faculty of Intensive Care
Medicine of Ireland (FJFICMI). President, Intensive Care Society
of Ireland, 2006-08.
With over 8 year of experience in health care, Mr. Costa is Legal
& Compliance Counsel for Medtronic Portugal. Mr. Costa is the
Chairman of the Portuguese Medical Devices Industry Assoc.
(APORMED) Legal & Regulatory Working Group and is also an
active member of Eucomed’s Public Procurement Working
Group. In 2012 Mr. Costa worked for Medtronic Canada
mainly on Government procurement matters. Mr. Costa holds
a Degree in Law and a Master’s Degree in Health Care
Management as well as a Post-graduation in Public
Procurement Law and Competition Law. He is currently enrolled
in a Public Procurement Law & Policy LLM programme at
Nottingham University.
4. Maureen Cronin, FCCA
Assistant Chief Finance Officer, Head of the Healthcare Pricing
Office at HSE
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