Following IMSTA’s AGM on 6th April last, we are pleased to announce that Mark Coffey, Country Manager, Johnson & Johnson Medical, has been elected to Council.
David Duffy, Prospectus, and Paul Mullaly, B. Braun, have retired from Council and we would like to extend our thanks to David and Paul for all their work on behalf of the members of IMSTA.
Mark is the Country Manager for our Medical Devices business in Ireland, with responsibility for the commercial operations both North and South of the boarder. He has 14 years’ experience in the medical devices industry and has worked for Johnson & Johnson for the last 4 years. Prior to Johnson & Johnson, Mark spent 3 years with Synthes Medical Ireland Ltd as Managing Director and 7 years with Boston Scientific in various sales management & marketing roles across the UK & Ireland.
The Johnson & Johnson family of companies have been operating in Ireland for 80 years, employing in excess of 2850 people across three business sectors; Medical Devices, Pharmaceuticals & Consumer Healthcare.
Mark has significant experience in dealing with key stakeholders such as government officials, semi state bodies and health insurance companies. This experience, along with his broad understanding of the NHS in England, could be beneficial to IMSTA as the Irish healthcare landscape continues to evolve towards a Money Follows The Patient / DRG model.