Tralee Company Wins At National IMSTA Awards

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ViClarity’s CEO, Ogie Sheehy and his wife Kathleen at the awards ceremony.

A TRALEE company has been named as “The Most Cost Effective Product/Service” at the Irish Medical and Surgical Trade Association (IMSTA) MedTech Awards 2017.

ViClarity, which provides Auditing, Risk & Compliance software to the Healthcare and Financial Services industry, were shortlisted for the award and invited by the Health Innovation Hub to sit at their table on the night.

The judges researched and scrutinised the shortlisted companies before finally selecting ViClarity as the winner of the award.

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On receiving the award ViClarity CEO, Ogie Sheehy said:

“I am delighted to have received such a prestigious award. It’s a true testament to the hard work of the ViClarity team and this award is recognition for the full team.”


The annual awards, now in their sixth year were held in Croke Park last night and brought together developers, providers and suppliers of effective healthcare solutions for the health system in Ireland. ViClarity CEO, Ogie Sheehy was in attendance on the night and collected the IMSTA Award from MC Anton Savage and Colman Casey from The Health Innovation Hub who sponsored the award.

ViClarity were selected as the most cost effective product/service due to their work with healthcare facilities in the Public and Private sector in Ireland and the UK in areas such as Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Residential Care, Disability Care and Home Care.

The solution is used daily in these healthcare facilities to automate the process of auditing and compliance to regulations such as HIQA, CQC and JCI. It provides healthcare organisations with clear insights into areas of non – conformance to regulations and allows them to assign trackable actions to areas of concern. The solution is proven to save healthcare organisations 60% on time spent collecting and compiling audit data by automating the process and replacing old pen & paper audits.


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