TTM Healthcare Solutions at the Private Hospitals Association Annual Conference

07 November 2023

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TTM Healthcare Solutions will be exhibiting at the Private Hospitals Association Annual Conference at Barberstown Castle on Thursday 16 November.

The event provides a valuable opportunity to discuss with stakeholders in the private healthcare sector the current challenges faced by patients, providers and industry.

The theme of this year’s conference is the Three-Legged Stool: Innovation, Integration & Technology and we’re looking forward to hearing insights from key opinion leaders including Leo Varadkar TD, Jim Daly, CEO of the Private Hospitals Association, and Dr Amanda Burke, National Clinical Lead for Youth Mental Health.

We’re also looking forward to showcasing how our holistic approach to healthcare solutions can help private providers in today’s landscape.

As specialists in healthcare workforce solutions, 20+ years’ experience proactively supports our clients adapt to short- and long-term workforce trends.

Our strength as a complete staffing solution provider means we are positioned to support requirements with the required blend of temporary, permanent, contract and international staffing solutions. In other words, we work with our customers to build holistic solutions that help them meet their short-term reactive requirements and their long-term strategic needs.

Additionally our Healthcare Process Outsourcing division helps organisations realise time, cost and process efficiencies by outsourcing non-core activities to TTM’s expert teams. The offering also encompasses recruitment process outsourcing as well as clinical assessments.

Across all our solutions, we bring a strategic lens to every conversation to ensure we deliver the support that enhances patient care and health outcomes.

If you are attending the conference this year, we look forward to seeing you there. To arrange time for a one-to-one conversation with a member of our team at the event, reach out to Paul Bellew at or Peter Maher at