eHealth Queensland to appoint first chief digital strategy officer

eHealth Queensland is on the hunt for its first chief digital strategy officer (CDO) who will be in charge of championing the use of digital solutions across the enterprise.

The unit is also looking for a chief customer experience officer (CCEO), also a new role that will be responsible for embedding the “customer” at the heart of strategy.

Both roles will report to the chief executive of eHealth Queensland, a role that is currently being filled on an interim basis by former Mater Health CIO Mal Thatcher. An eHealth Queensland spokesperson said recruitment of a permanent CEO, who also has the role of CIO of Queensland Health, is still underway.

A position description for the CDO role said the person will be responsible for ensuring that the enterprise’s digital strategy is optimal and will be accountable for enterprise information assets. The CCEO will play a key role designing future customer experiences from the highest level of design principles through to end-to-end customer scenarios and interactions.

Queensland's 20-year, $1.26 billion eHealth investment strategy outlines the plan for investing in the digital future of Queensland Health.

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Tags: eHealth Queensland

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