Our latest Movers and Shakers roundup features Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust, NHS Hampshire and Isle of Wight and more.
Andy Callow has become interim chief executive at Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust. Callow was previously group chief digital information officer.
John Llewellyn has joined NHS Cheshire and Merseyside Integrated Care Board and will be its chief digital information officer. He previously held the same role at Northern Care Alliance NHS Foundation Trust.
NHS Hampshire and Isle of Wight Integrated Care Board is to welcome Caroline Morison as its chief strategy and transformation officer. She will join the ICB in autumn 2022.
Chris Reynolds has joined Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust as its chief information officer (CIO). Reynolds was previously the CIO for Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and started his new role in October 2022.
The former interim chair of NHS Digital, Laura Wade-Gery, will become the chair at Moorfields Eye Hospital Foundation Trust in spring 2023 after Tessa Green steps down in December 2022.
Professor Gillian Leng has been appointed to Radar Healthcare’s board of non-executive directors. Professor Leng is the former chief executive officer of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), where she oversaw the development of the covid-19 guidelines.
Paul Johnson, CEO for Radar Healthcare, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Professor Gillian Leng to the team. Her career, and the long list of accomplishments she’s earned along the way, are nothing short of remarkable.
“Her unique perspective and experience, along with a vision we both share about the role of technology and its ability to provide healthcare insights to deliver better patient outcomes, will play a key role in our continued success.”
Netcall has made two senior appointments, strengthening its public sector offering. Nigel Hall is the new director of client solutions, supporting the customer experience software specialist’s healthcare offering. Mark Gannon is taking up the same role but working in the company’s public sector services.
Brad Porter is taking up the role of chief executive at Orion Health, where he is succeeding his father-in-law Ian McCrae after 30 years. Porter will be leading the transition to a new phase for the shared care record and population health management provider.
More appointments and departures can be found on Digital Health Intelligence.