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Leading the way in connected health

There is a game-changing opportunity to deliver better healthcare services here through increased connectivity

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
1st May, 2016
Conor Hanley, chief executive, Fire1Fergal Phillips

Ireland can become a global leader in connected health, according to the chief executive of a start-up in the sector that just closed a $7.5 million funding round.

Ireland is ideally suited to grow the connected health sector, a suite of technologies built around the Internet of Things (IoT) focused on healthcare, according to Conor Hanley of Fire1.

“The opportunity around connected health is at the interface of different industries. Here we have IT, medical devices,...

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