Dr Alexis Corrigan joined the radiology team at Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust in 2014. He brings specialist skills gained during PET/CT fellowships at St Thomas' and in Zurich to the Trust. He was the British Nuclear Medicine Society Travelling Fellow in 2012 and remains an active council member.
Alexis is an enthusiastic clinician with additional expertise in nuclear medicine, gained as part of his radionuclide radiology training in the South West, which he will further develop at Maidstone. He supports the lymphoma and thyroid specialist meetings and also contributes to the general radiology department and on call demands.
Following his first undergraduate degree in physics, he completed his general medical training at Barts & The London School of Medicine and at hospitals in East London. His radiology training was completed in Bristol.
Andrew brings solid experience in architecting, building and running large scale enterprise solutions both for backend and frontend. Strong stakeholder communication skills and the ability to motivate the teams he works within makes Andrew pivotal in bringing complex and distributed projects to a successful outcome.
Andrew’s recent work on a Mental Health App for the UK NHS is one example of going above and beyond to balance the needs of delivering the project on-time whilst installing a modern, scalable architecture as the basis for future enhancements.
With over 25 years of experience in sales, marketing and business development, Carsten Schmid is a proven expert in the development of Go2Market strategies for the German-speaking DACH region and the realization of sales concepts for introducing and positioning new healthcare products and services.
Carsten is responsible for the Digital Health Hub of our Healthinnova cooperation and network partner Kauko GmbH in Hamburg and Heidenheim.
As a result of this cooperation, as Healthinnova we have direct access and an on-site presence in the target markets of Germany, Austria and Switzerland and help our clients to position and distribute their products and services in this important European target region as well.
Carsten has a university degree in education, sociology and economics and has been working in the healthcare industry for 8 years, after extensive experience in various industries such as consulting, media and logistics.
Dai is a software developer, based in Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK, providing C# / VB.NET (using either web forms or MVC) and SQL Server Development. He has 20+ years varied experience involving Windows and Web based software development, from small desktop products to enterprise scale data driven web applications.
He has built solutions ranging from large scale database driven websites to browser based flash games. Currently applying the final changes to the User Interface of a website builder tool built from the ground up.
Dawn is a UK Registered Nurse specialising in Interventional Cardiology. She has over ten years of experience training and working within the NHS, including six years in London teaching hospitals.
Dawn has a good understanding of the challenges faced by frontline staff and is a passionate advocate of how intuitive and innovative technology in the right place can both improve the patient journey as well as assist the delivery of care in an acute setting.
Emma is a registered physiotherapist and a certified yoga teacher. She has a strong clinical background with a holistic approach to health that includes innovative uses of technology.
Emma has practiced in a clinical setting in the UK, Italy, India and Belgium, in acute, community and private care, and has a robust understanding of the challenges that care givers face in their daily activities.
Haider serves as Healthinnova's COO and is responsible for internal operations, business development, partnerships and delivery.
Prior to joining Healthinnova Haider served as Vice President and General Manager for Caradigm's European business and was responsible for leading Caradigm's growth and operations in Europe. Caradigm was a joint venture company formed by Microsoft and GE Healthcare and one of the first to develop population health systems focussed on prevention as well as treatment.
Before this Haider held roles leading global software implementations and driving operational improvements for customers working at Microsoft, GE Healthcare as well as consultancies such as LogicaCMG (now CGI).
He also serves as a member of the board of the UK Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), his local university hospital NHS foundation trust (Milton Keynes), the Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West Integrated Health Board (BOB ICB), and is a member of the British Standards Institute (BSI) Healthcare Organisation Management committee.
Haider is a trustee for Dementia Carers Count and the World Wars Muslim Memorial Trust.
Haider holds a BSc in Medical Informatics as well as a Masters in Informatics from the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom. He is a trained ISO auditor, a Six Sigma BlackBelt and a certified scuba diver.
Kanwar is a pharmacy student at the University of Bath. He has a passion for helping people and improving their quality of life. He also has a keen interest in how technology can be applied to help improve clinical treatments.
He has past work experience of working in pharmacies and NHS trusts. He additionally has insight knowledge of management consultancy and the pharmaceutical industry.
In his spare time, he enjoys fencing at the university and has an interest in art.
With over 15 years of experience in management consulting and research, Karma joined Healthinnova in 2020 to manage the Riayati project in Dubai that aims to provide an integrated healthcare solution for maximizing the use of electronic health record data in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Karma has previously worked as a Project Director at Houston Methodist Global Healthcare Services providing consulting services for the planning and development of healthcare facilities across Europe, Middle East and Africa including Valiant Clinic in Dubai, UAE.
Prior to that, Karma worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) where she led the Health Industries Practice’s largest and most complex projects, which included an engagement in Qatar for the Supreme Council of Health to design and structure their national health insurance scheme. She also managed a one-and-a-half-year long project in Abu Dhabi to develop SEHA’s strategy, organisational design, governance structures, as well as policies and procedures.
Dr. Michael Wagener is a skilled business development professional with over 25 years of experience in various leadership roles at large and small organisations focusing in the health and life sciences industry. Previously he was the business unit leader of the medical materials group at the Fraunhofer organization in Germany, he also worked for Fraunhofer in the US and Japan and in addition he co-founded a spin-off company where he served for over 10 years in various roles such as Chief Technical and Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director.
Since 2011 he has been working as an independent consultant and strategic business development advisor for a number of digital health companies, defining and supporting go-to-market strategies, as well as nurturing distribution partners and growing their client base. He has a great deal of expertise in working with large university medical establishments and hospitals chains with a regional focus on the German and Swiss healthcare market.
Michael holds a degree in engineering and a PhD in materials science from University of Dortmund and Clausthal-Zellerfeld. Part of his time at university was spent at the University of Melbourne, Australia. He enjoys playing tennis and spending time with his family and kids.
Pascal studied medicine at the University of Basel. He received his doctorate in medicine in 1996 and at the same time trained as a military doctor for the Swiss Armed Forces. As a junior doctor he trained first in anesthesia and later in internal medicine at the Bürgerspital Solothurn. In 2006 he was appointed CIO with the foundation of Solothurner Spitäler AG. In addition to being responsible for the IT strategy his professional focus was on medical-technical information systems, electronic patient records, service-based application integration and mobility concepts.
In 2013 he joined Swiss Medical Network, the second largest Swiss private hospital group, as CIIO. There, he formed an IT innovation team that developed solutions for the healthcare sector on an open-source basis. In 2016 the team was transformed into an independent company, the Fluance AG. Pascal served as both the CEO of this company before he returned to his core competence as Director of Innovation.
In his parallel military function, from 2000 to 2008 he was a technical expert for the information and coordination system IES of the Coordinated Medical Services, which was used at the World Economic Forum WEF and at the European Football Championship.
Pascal has also served as an examiner at the Berne University of Applied Sciences in the postgraduate course for medical informatics and as a member of the board of the Swiss Society for Medical Informatics.
In commercial roles, Pascal is a partner and board member of Inpeek AG, a Swiss SAP partner. In 2016, he co-founded a Spanish subsidiary in Valencia, Spain, as a partner.
He has also started his own company, Guldenfels & Partner GmbH, which among other things offers consulting services in information technology and health care.
Richard is a clinician with over 20 years of experience in developing commercial software in many different business domains, including healthcare. A Graduate of Aberdeen University in Clinical Medicine, Orthopaedics and Intelligent Systems & applications, he moved predominantly into software development with a strong emphasis in clinical informatics whilst continuing to practice occasionally in the Emergency Department.
Now working predominantly in technical roles, Richard’s mix of both clinical and technical skills enables him to transform clinical requirements into technical solutions, having been involved in many large scale healthcare IT projects for both system suppliers, and well-known NHS clients.
Rob has over two decades of health transformation leadership experience including leading major national initiatives in telehealth, health information exchange, electronic medical/health records, revenue cycle management and claims processing. He is a graduate of the Masters of History Program at Carleton University where he researched both the development of Child Health Programs in Canada and the impact of Social Change on the Medical Profession.
Rob’s past experience include senior level roles in both private and public healthcare with Health Canada (First Nations and Inuit Health Branch), Hong Kong Food and Health Board, Ministry of Health Holdings PTE (Singapore), Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Edifecs, Medsynergies, IBM, TecKnowledge Healthcare Systems and Atlantic Blue Cross Care. He is a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP).
Rob is a Canadian national and currently resides in Budapest, Hungary.
Roy has spent the last two decades focused on digital transformation in healthcare across Asia, Australia, Europe and North America. His expertise lies is in the collaboration of government, academia, charities and providers in the adoption of innovative technologies in health and care settings.
Roy is an Associate Non-Executive Director at Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and a Governor of the South Western Ambulance Service. He is also a Trustee of Age UK, the country's largest charity focused on the wellbeing of older people.
His past experience includes leadership roles in GE Healthcare, Microsoft, the World Health Organisation, Epic and Telstra.
Roy holds degrees in mathematics, computer science, health economics and international health policy.
Trevor has over 25 years' experience in technology and international business development focusing on medical informatics, imaging and communications technologies.
He has extensive experience in solution architecture, translating organisations technical environments and business requirements into deliverable solutions.
Trevor has been successful in applying a broad problem solving skill set to help organisations deliver innovative solutions across sales, service and product development.
Željko has more than 15 years of IT experience in various roles including Development, Automated testing, Business Analysis and Team management, notably "green-fielding" a large Quality Assurance and Business Analysis team. He has a track record of successful enterprise projects in healthcare and has a wide experience have worked also in other industries and for multi-nationals including for Siemens CMT.
Željko brings teams together and puts projects on track with his strong technical leadership, excellent communication skills and passion for problem solving!