#healthtechuk Health and Social Care Council election results

Following an open election, with 19 nominations from a range of stellar candidates, the results are in! The Council plays an essential role in guiding the work of the programme team, providing a sounding board for activity and steering our work as to better represent the health tech industry in its totality. We are fortunate enough to represent a diverse mix of SMEs, large multinationals and companies both in the health and the social care space.

Congratulations to the newly elected Council members and commiserations to all those who were unsuccessful this time around. Without further ado, the members of techUK Health and Social Care Council for 2020 are:

Adrian Flowerday, MD, Docobo

Stephen Docherty, Industry Executive – Health, Microsoft

Liz Ashall-Payne, CEO, Orcha

Wendy Marshall, Director – Sales Leader UK, Cerner 

Will Smart, Global Director Customer Engagement, DXC

Alexandra Eavis, CEO, Dovetail Lab

Shane Tickell, CEO, IMS Maxims 

Lauren Bevan, Head of Healthcare, BJSS

James Norman, Healthcare CIO – EMEA, Dell EMC

Victoria Betton, Chief Innovation Officer, Mindwave Ventures

Andreas Haimboeck-Tichy, Director – Healthcare and Lifesciences, IBM

Dr Andrew Jones, Head of Clinical Innovation EMEA, AWS

Bryn Sage, CEO, InHealthcare

Alan Sumner, Head of Public Affairs, Roche Diagnostics UK

Dr Jonathan Bloor, COO, System C and Graphnet Care Alliance 

Julian Ranger, CEO, DigiMe

David Hancock, Client Engagement Director, InterSystems

Kathy Farndon, Partner, IT Health Partnership

Rob Blay, CEO, WellSky

Kevin Anderson, UK&I Marketing Director, Tunstall UK

Cleveland Henry, Director of Cloud, UK Cloud

Chris Gibbons, Technology Consulting Senior Manager – Health and Public Service, Accenture

 

Elections and nominations for the Council Chair and Vice-Chairs will take place in January. After an incredibly successful three years in the post, Rob Blay has decided to stand down from his post, though he will retain his seat on the Council. 

As a reminder to all those who didn't make it on this time round, membership at techUK does not operate on a two-tiered basis and anyone who has not been elected for the current cycle is encouraged to stay active and involved with the programme team to ensure that your voice is heard and represented. 

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