Mike Weiss appointed CEO of Clanwilliam Health

Auckland-headquartered medical software vendor Clanwilliam Health has appointed Mike Weiss as CEO, taking over from Michelle Creighton, who is stepping down after two years in the top job and more than 10 years in senior roles.

Mr Weiss previously served as deputy CEO and chief commercial officer of the business, which was formed in 2019 with the merger of secure messaging vendors HealthLink and Konnect NET. He served as CEO of the latter business, which markets the SureMed solution that manages insurance company medical requests.

Clanwilliam Health is part of the Ireland-headquartered Clanwilliam Group family of healthcare technology and services businesses, which also owns NZ pharmacy software vendor Toniq and anaesthesia billing and practice management software firm MBS.

Since 2017, Clanwilliam Group has invested in excess of $NZ100 million in the Australasian healthcare technology market. Pulse+IT is also a part of Clanwilliam Group.

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