Irish Hospital Tech Firm Signs Intel Deal to Help Capture Slice of $40bn Market

{Pub Name} Sunday Independent

{Title} Irish hospital tech firm signs Intel deal to help capture slice of $40bn market

March 12, 2017

by Simon Rowe

Australian-listed Irish hospital tech company Oneview Healthcare has signed a collaboration deal with global giant Intel to accelerate its growth in the booming interactive patient care market.

Focused on markets in Australia, the US and the Middle East, Oneview integrates a hospital's IT systems onto a single tech platform to aid patient engagement and speed-up workflows for medical staff.

Founded in 2012 by Dublin-born entrepreneur Mark McCloskey, Oneview became the first Irish company to list in Australia when it floated on St Patrick's Day last year.

In its first year as a listed company it recently reported strong revenue growth with sales jumping to just over €9m, up from €2.3m in 2015. Oneview's collaboration with Intel, in conjunction with its technology partner Microsoft, will see the rollout of smart tech products such as sensors to aid independent/assisted living, wearable tech for patients, and 'smart rooms' in acute hospitals, senior living, and sheltered accommodation centres, said McCloskey.


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