RelateCare To Attend & Sponsor Annual American Irish Medical Summit

This August RelateCare are delighted to attend and sponsor the annual American Irish Medical Summit in the Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin showcasing the company's innovative consulting, administrative and clinical support solutions to new potential client partners and a range of industry professionals.

The American Irish Medical Summit (AIMS) is a collaboration between physicians, leaders and innovators from America and Ireland with a shared interest and passion for cardiovascular health, MedTech and academic development.

As a provider of patient-access and patient-engagement solutions to leading healthcare organizations throughout the USA and Ireland, AIMS is one of the most essential Summits in RelateCare’s calendar.

AIMS explores topics on Alliance and Collaboration, Innovation, Mentorship and lessons that the medical field can learn from success outside the traditional clinical environment.

Regarding RelateCare’s attendance at AIMS Conor O’Bryrne, CEO at RelateCare said:

“A key aspect of AIMS is to continue and enhance the historically strong collaboration between the American and Irish medical and Medtech communities. As RelateCare employs more than 1,400 people in Ireland and the United States, the knowledge base that AIMS provides for R&D is invaluable to RelateCare’s executive team.”

Previous summits have featured keynote speeches from renowned medical experts, panel discussions on pressing healthcare issues, and interactive workshops that allow attendees to learn new skills and techniques.

This year the summit will host a range of keynote Speakers, including, from outside the world of medicine, Irish rugby legend and health and wellbeing advocate Brian O’Driscoll and broadcaster and journalist Matt Cooper. They’ll be joined by clinicians and scientists including Emer Joyce, Professor of Cardiology at UCD & Mater, and Dermot Phelan, Medical Director at Sanger Heart & Vascular. Also in attendance and speaking from a venture capital perspective, are Jeanne Bolger, Venture Partner at Seroba and  Irish entrepreneur, innovator and philanthropist Domhnal Slattery.

In addition to the educational sessions, attendees can network with other professionals, explore the beautiful city of Dublin, and attend a range of fireside discussions and a Gala Dinner in the RCSI ballroom.

The American Irish Medical Summit has become a must-attend event for healthcare professionals looking to stay current on the latest medical advancements and network with colleagues worldwide.

Next year’s summit is already at the planning stage, and organizers are looking forward to another successful event.