Who are HealthFounders?

We want to leverage Health Informatics to create compelling personalised, digital and mobile solutions for the stakeholders of the wider Healthcare ecosystem, focused on empowering the individual to take ownership of their own well-being. We are gathering together some of the most creative entrepreneurial thinkers on the island of Ireland and around the world to see how we can Look. Listen. Design. Disrupt and Transform Healthcare today.. 

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The Team

Dr. Johnny Walker

Dr. Johnny Walker

Founder & President

Johnny is a clinically active Interventional Radiologist & Nuclear Physician, International Medical Entrepreneur & Mentor focussed on disrupting Healthcare for the better. Johnny was the Founder and driver of Global Diagnostics, an international Teleradiology enterprise which successfully disrupted medical diagnostics around the clock, around the world.

Kieran Daly

Kieran Daly

Co-Founder & CEO

Kieran believes that time is running out in the race to transform the way we deliver healthcare and wants to do something about it. Prior to Health Founders, Kieran built and lead the team at Shimmer, a wearable sensor company where he developed a worldwide user community with Research and Enterprise clients in over 60 countries.

 
Philip Joyce

Philip Joyce

Creative Director

Philip has a background in Design and Art Direction. He has a varied skillset, including Web/UI design, brand development, Illustration and Photography. He believes User Experience will play a big part in creating a new healthcare ecosystem. Formerly of Social and Digital agency Simply Zesty, Philip joins Health Founders as its Creative Director.

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