Royle resident at MedApps

Former Australian Digital Health Agency acting CEO Richard Royle has joined the board of Sydney-based app developer MedApps.

The company is rolling out its Resident Guide app to many local health districts in NSW. The app helps new doctors with orientation and access to procedures, protocols, rosters and schedules.

It also has a task management and clinical workflow app called Rounds and is working on a clinical hand-over app called After Hours.

Mr Royle, who headed up UnitingCare Queensland when it was building Australia's first digital hospital at Hervey Bay, is a partner at PwC and has recently branched out with his own consulting firm.

He led the Royle review into the PCEHR in 2014 and was a prime mover in the design of the new ADHA, which took over from the previous federal agency NEHTA.

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Tags: Richard Royle, MedApps

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