Jenny O'Neill heads up MSIA

EpiSoft's director of business development Jenny O'Neill has been elected president of the Medical Software Industry Association (MSIA), the first woman to hold the position.

Ms O'Neill takes over from Smart Health Solutions' Jon Hughes, who was elected the new treasurer. The new secretary is Emma Hossack, CEO of Extensia. Together they make up the MSIA's executive committee, along with CEO Bridget Kirkham.

Elected to the management committee at yesterday's annual general meeting were former treasurer Vince McCauley of McCauley Software, Dinah Graham, business development manager at MIMS, DCA's Peter Young, and Mathew Cherian of Global Health, who was appointed the MSIA's public officer.

Jonathan Klug of Medinexus and Yoel Mittelberg of Intracore also join the committee.

Brian Donaldson of Pharmhos received the 2012 Andrew Magennis award for leadership in the industry, while special farewells were given to outgoing committee members Bob Marsh of Medilink, Chris Ryan from Attend Anywhere and Gavan Lim-Joon of Healthscope, who acted as the public officer.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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