The Irish Government has just announced that a National Health Innovation Hub will be established in 2014, following the success of a Demonstrator project in Cork and an independent evaluation of its role. The Hub aims to support Irish businesses in the pharmaceutical, medical devices and ICT sectors – which together account for over €140billion in annual exports. It is hoped its creation will allow the Irish health system to gain easy access to innovative companies who can provide solutions to the problems that it faces, making it cheaper and easier to deliver better health-care to more patients.
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