Monthly Archives: November 2015

ARCH hold Business Model Workshop – Creating and Executing Innovative Growth Strategies for Connected Health 

November 27th, 2015|

ARCH researchers Dr Nicole Gross, Dr Niall Connolly and Dr Maria Quinlan held a workshop for industry partners which explored the concept of business model innovation within the connected healthcare space.

Over the past two years ARCH has conducted a body of research which sought to understand the area of business model innovation within the Connected Healthcare space. We […]

Dr Maria Quinlan facilitates workshop with HSE eHealth Council of Clinical Information Officers

November 26th, 2015|

As part of our core Change research project which aims to explore and assess the implementation of the national eHealth strategy, ARCH Research Lead Dr Maria Quinlan facilitated a workshop with the Council of Clinical Information Officers (CCIO) at this year’s HISI conference held in the Aviva Stadium on the 25th November.

The workshop sought to […]

Congratulations to ARCH Principal Investigator Ita Richardson

November 25th, 2015|

It is with great pleasure that we extend our sincere congratulations to ARCH Principal Investigator, Ita Richardson, who has recently been appointed Associate Professor.

Ita has been a Principal Investigator with ARCH since its inception, leading up the Data research theme. She is based in Lero – the Irish Research Centre at the University of Limerick – […]

ARCH Publishes Case Study on Connected Health Technology

November 20th, 2015|

An ARCH Case Study on ‘Connected Health Technology: Private Pharmacies Competing Innovatively in Ireland’ has been published and is now available through Ivey Publishing.

Written by Dr Nicole Gross, Dr Niall Connolly and Dr Peter McNamara, the case study reflects on business model innovation within the pharmacy sector following deregulation of the industry in Ireland. The […]

ARCH is Now Hiring

November 19th, 2015|

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the post of Ethnographer within the Applied Research for Connected Health (ARCH) Technology Centre.  This Research Assistant/UCD Post Doctoral Research Fellow Level 1 position is available within the Care research pillar of ARCH. The Ethnographer will work within a multidisciplinary team and will be primarily responsible for undertaking ethnographic based research […]