Orion Health adds governance team as CEO hints at departure

New Zealand’s largest health software vendor Orion Health has announced new appointments to its executive team as it signals the departure of founder and CEO Ian McCrae following 30 years in the industry.

In a statement, a spokesperson for Orion Health said: “After thirty years of leadership and following treatment for a brain tumour, Ian McCrae is adjusting his role to deliver the company’s people plan and leadership transition as the last phase of his five-year rebuild strategy.”

“Part of the five-year plan involves me getting Orion Health into a strong position for growth with a strong leadership team across all areas of the business and globe,” Mr McCrae said.

Former business operations, product research and development lead and UK professional services project lead Lucy Porter has been appointed to a role at a governance level and for special projects.

Craig White has been appointed as Orion Health’s chief data officer and Grant Anthony as chief information security officer.

Orion Health has been in the healthcare IT business for 30 years this year. It recently announced a 2022 profit of $8 million.

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