Stephen Moo signs on with JP Consulting

Former Northern Territory Health CIO Stephen Moo has taken a role as executive consultant for digital health with Brisbane-based eHealth specialist firm JP Consulting.

Mr Moo resigned as NT Health CIO in September last year under circumstances that are still unclear.

The NT News reported last year that a referral had been made to the NT Police's special references unit. A police spokesperson told Pulse+IT that it would not provide an update on the status of the investigation, but confirmed it was still underway.

"The Unit continues to investigate a referral from the Department of Health," the spokesperson said.

JP Consulting is a specialist eHealth consulting firm with clients including the federal Department of Health, Queensland Health, the Australian Digital Health Agency and the NT's Departments of Health and Department of Corporate and Information Services, as well as many private sector clients.

It is on the NT's enterprise architecture panel and has expertise in enterprise, information and application architecture, systems design and strategic advice.

JP Consulting managing director Jeff Parker confirmed with Pulse+IT that Mr Moo has joined the company but said he could not comment on what work he will be doing.

NT Health is currently preparing for the $259 million Core Clinical Systems Renewal Project (CCSRP), which will see its public acute and primary care systems replaced with InterSystems' technology. Mr Moo oversaw the planning and development of the CCSRP and was in charge of the NT's eHealth initiatives, including its My eHealth Record.

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Tags: NT Health, CCSRP, Stephen Moo

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