New faces on MSIA board

Four new faces have joined the board of the Medical Software Industry Association (MSIA) following its annual general meeting in Melbourne on Wednesday.

President Emma Hossack of Extensia and vice-president Tom Bowden of HealthLink were returned and previous board members David Loiterton, an aged care IT consultant, and Best Practice Software's Lorraine Pyefinch have joined them as treasurer and secretary respectively.

The new board members are Fred IT's general manager for eHealth David Freemantle, carelink+ CEO Craig Porte, MIMS CEO Robert Best and Cerner's Philip Loya.

MIMS business development manager Dinah Graham, who has stepped down from the board, was named as winner of the Andrew Magennis Award. This annual award was established in 2009 and named after the co-founder of Medical Director and still active member of the MSIA, Andrew Magennis.

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Tags: MSIA

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