Ryan and Kerr step up to head up ACHI

Australian Digital Health Agency chief clinical information officer Angela Ryan and Wellington-based data governance consultant Karolyn Kerr have been elected president and vice president of the Australasian College of Health Informatics (ACHI).

ACHI is responsible for setting standards for professional practice and education in health informatics and has recently launched a fellowship by training program to support the careers of people entering the digital health and eHealth field.

Ms Ryan takes over from Chris Pearce, who has completed his term.

At the college's AGM this week, Monash University academic convenor Juanita Fernando was reelected as a councillor, with Oracle's Peter Williams reelected as honorary treasurer. Metro North HHS change analyst Vandana Bettens continues as secretary.

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Tags: ACHI

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