MSIA board for 2014 announced

The Medical Software Industry Association (MSIA) has announced its new board, which sees two board members elected to the executive and the return of two well-known players in the industry.

EpiSoft's Jenny O'Neill and Extensia's Emma Hossack remain as president and vice-president respectively, while MediNexus' Jonathan Klug has been elected as treasurer and MIMS' Dinah Graham is the new secretary.

Genie Solutions' Paul Carr and independent consultant Margaret Gehrig, formerly of MIMS, have returned to the board as general members. They join current board members DCA Health's Peter Young, Global Health's Matthew Cherian and coreplus' Yoel Mittelberg.

MSIA CEO Bridget Kirkham is on leave until early next year, and standing in for her as acting CEO is Margaret Prichard.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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