MN-CMS & CCIO shortlisted for Ireland's eGovernment Awards

egov-awardsThe Ireland eGovernment Awards, in association with eir Business and Cisco, recognises the innovators and forward thinkers who are pioneering changes and helping deliver better online services for Irish citizens today. The awards are Ireland’s most sought-after accolades in Irish eGovernment, honouring the leaders driving digital services, communication and democracy online.

The awards are open to state agencies, local authorities and public sector departments, and to private sector companies who partner on eGovernment projects. The shortlist was published on the 4th April. We are delighted to congratulate all nominees in the Health & Medical Award Category:  MN-CMS (the Maternal  & Newborn Clinical Managment System) and CCIO (the Council of Clinical Information Officers), Saolta Healthcare Group 'Who Shares Wins' (here's a case study that's part of this project) & 'HSE Sexual Assault Treatment DB'. 

Following a rigorous adjudication process by our judges, the winners will be announced at the Awards ceremony on 26 May 2017 in Dublin Castle.  

CEO of eHealthIreland, CIO of the HSE, Richard Corbridge said 

“I am delighted that MN-CMS and the CCIO have been shortlisted by eGovernment awards 2017. 2016 saw MN-CMS go live in its first hospital and this year will see the electronic patient records for mothers & babies rolled out even further. In 2016 the CCIO has grown to over 250 members, had over 30 speaking engagements, and won 2 awards. Both are exciting and essential components in our development of a digital health service and we are honoured that this is recognised. I also want to congratulate the other projects that were nominated 'HSE Sexual Assault Treatment DB’ & Saolta Group 'Who Shares Wins'. Together, all these projects are part of the HSE team and committed to building a better health service”