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  1. 1. IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE making it happen enabling change in healthcare Prof. Deirdre McNamara Developing Medical Devices in a Healthcare Environment 25/03/2015
  2. 2. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE A new funding model, Implementing clinical pathways, Integrating system wide care. Can the MedTech Industry help make this happen? Funding Cost reduction / Cost effectiveness Clinical Pathways Optimal patient care / outcomes / development & translation System integration Technology / eMedicine / Developing Medical Devices in a Healthcare Environment Industry enables health care system performance, access, quality and sustainability 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. Two way street
  3. 3. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin Medicine and the Patient Intuitive Medicine Highly trained expensive professional Intuitive Experimentation Pattern Recognition Empirical Medicine Evidence Based Data shows one way better than the other Precision Medicine Diagnosed precisely Predict treatment effect Traditional Medicine Technological Enabler IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  4. 4. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE The Focus In Medical Research Heart Disease Cancer Immunology Neurosciences Molecular Medicine Genomics Bench Bedside Precision Medicine at the Point of Care Medical Technology Understanding Functional Aspects to Disease
  5. 5. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin Research and Development Research & Development SME Successful Indigenous - Contract Manufacture & Design Multinationals - Manufacture FDI IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  6. 6. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin 200 Companies 25,000 Jobs 7.2 billion Exports Building Irelands Smart Economy A Framework for Sustainable Economic Renewal Trading and Investing in a Smart Economy A Strategy and Action Plan for Irish Trade, Tourism and Investment Commercial Success In Medical Technology In Ireland 2010 IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  7. 7. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin Product Life Cycle Clinical & Scientific Testing Concept Prototype Preclinical Clinical Manufacturing Marketing Commercial Use Obsolescence Involving Clinicians & Other Healthcare Professionals IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  8. 8. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin Industry, Academia & Healthcare Patient Driven Innovation Centres Where Healthcare is Delivered Biotechnology Sector Universities and College Commercial Entities Hospitals Patients Homes Health Care Centres IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  9. 9. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin Patient Driven Innovation in Gastroenterology Clinicians Bioengineers Physicists Other Professionals Gastroenterology & Endoscopy Identify needs Design Translating innovations High quality research programs Research hub for innovations from outside group Opportunities to develop, adapt and apply devices in a quality research environment IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  10. 10. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin www.medicine.tcd.ie/tagg/ We are a multidisciplinary research and clinical team comprising Gastroenterologists, Surgeons, Medical Physicists, Nutritionists, Nurses, Engineers, Scientists and Allied Health Professionals working collaboratively at the Adelaide & Meath Hospital incorporating the National Childrens Hospital (AMNCH) and St Jamess Hospital Dublin with Trinity College Dublin. The TAGG Research Centre is affiliated with Trinity Health Ireland (THI). Our vision is of excellence and innovation in service delivery and research in gastroenterology.
  11. 11. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin TAGG principal investigators (PIs) collaborate with national and international colleagues across Europe, North America, Canada and Ireland as well as with small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and Industry partners. Local Collaborations Life Sciences Interface, Tyndall National Institute Dr. Karen Twomey National Cancer Registry Ireland Dr. Linda Sharp & Nick Clarke BioInnovate Ireland Dr. Mark Bruzzi EndoVe Mitamed, Dr. Kevin Soden Endodex Ltd Ms Katrina Bradley Vasorum Ltd Dr. Jim Coleman IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE TAGG Medical Device & Innovation Hub
  12. 12. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin Product Life Cycle Concept Prototype Preclinical Clinical Manufacturing Marketing Commercial Use Obsolescence Involving Clinicians & Other Healthcare Professionals IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  13. 13. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin EndoFlip Discovery IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  14. 14. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE New Applications: FLIP in UOS
  15. 15. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE New Applications: FLIP in the Lower GI Tract
  16. 16. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE New Applications: FLIP in the Lower GI Tract Probe No. MODEL Catheter Diameter No. of CSA Measurements Maximum Bag Diameter CSA Measurement Length No. of Patients Studies Bag Pressure Probe 1 EMF-325N (modified) 2.5mm 16 25mm 75mm 4 Yes Probe 2 Custom ICV Probe 2.29mm 12 19mm 55mm 2 Yes
  17. 17. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE Medical Device Innovation The shape we're in: 10 facts about Irish obesity As a nation, we're getting fatter to the point of a crisis. It's especially prevalent among older people, according to a new report
  18. 18. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin Obesity Endoscopic Management System IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  19. 19. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin Product Life Cycle Clinical & Scientific Testing Concept Prototype Preclinical Clinical Manufacturing Marketing Commercial Use Obsolescence IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  20. 20. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin HSE figures show lengthening hospital waiting lists Leo Varadkar admits figures will get worse but promises hospital activity will be ramped up subject to finance being available HSE figures show delayed discharges, at 835, were a major problem back in November; the persistence of high numbers of delayed discharges after Christmas was a major contributory factor behind the trolley crisis Health Care Innovation IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  21. 21. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE Health Care Innovation
  22. 22. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin Developing medical devices in a healthcare environment is feasible and beneficial Involvement of teaching hospitals in trials of devices and drugs is paramount to market success Performing device trials in hospitals is not straight forward and needs technical input from engineers and scientists as well as clinicians and other healthcare professionals TAGG model offers great opportunity as a gateway to deliver better products for more effective and economic patient care Industry and executive buy in show me the money Conclusions IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  23. 23. Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin IMSTAS 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE Medical Device & Innovation Team Leaders Barry McMahon Stephen Bligh Contact Details: www.medicine.tcd.ie/tagg/ [email protected] Conclusions
  24. 24. Thank You