• Ros Causey

    Rosalind is a clinical IT consultant specialising in clinical safety, design and implementation of Health IT systems, and in Health service review and transformation. She started her career with a degree in nursing before qualifying as a Health Visitor, then moved on into project and programme management and health service improvement. She set up her consultancy in 2006, to work with NPfIT and Connecting for Health programmes. Ros has since contributed to many health-related projects and programmes, including programme manager for set up of child measurement programme in Wales, and delivered clinical safety sign off for both implementation and design.

    Rosalind has a broad spectrum of experience in both primary and secondary care and in the private sector, which she flexibly applies to other areas. Her areas of speciality include public health improvement, immunisation, child growth and development, screening and surveillance; design and implementation of clinical systems, clinical safety, information governance and risk management.

    With her strong clinical background, and experience in complex project and programmes in NHS, government and private sector, Rosalind’s strengths lie in her ability to work with clinical, patient and other stakeholders to identify and draw out the pertinent within what are usually very complex situations and use this information to move projects and programmes forward to good effect. Ros makes things happen.

    Through her career, one of Rosalind’s key values is being the patients advocate, so her focus is to set up the right management and governance structures to deliver the best quality care within budget and other constraints imposed upon the service– and to ensure that these are acceptably safe.

  • Hazel Chappell

    Hazel is a highly organised leader, consultant and advisor in EPR deployments with extensive healthcare networks in both supportive and engagement environments spanning over 9 years.

    Her academic and professional career demonstrate a solid framework in problem solving and motivating, accompanied by strong communication skills.

    Her attention to detail alongside process re-engineering abilities enable precise translation between the IT and Business and vice versa achieving streamlined service performance. With an instinctive “can do” attitude, her working experience with senior NHS clinical executives supports this.

    Hazel is quick to accept ownership and responsibility at the highest level in a professional manner with unique engagement skills. Her significant operational management in clinical systems implementation underpins her knowledge and understanding of the EPR combined with a passion to enable better patient care through technology.

  • David Crook

    An experienced programme and project manager. David has worked across all sectors in the NHS, both nationally and locally, especially at the interface between different organisations and agencies. His approach is based on ensuring strategy, outcomes and benefits are intimately tied to organisational objectives. Throughout his work he has used process analysis and modelling to understand the benefits that can be achieved through redesign.

    A highly skilled information professional, able to articulate strategy and opportunities in the context of the organisation. David makes real the support that informatics can provide to an organisation’s processes, whether directly supporting clinical work or through monitoring and analysis of those processes.

    Experienced in stakeholder involvement, David has an outward-looking perspective, a facet which he has applied in all his assignments, to the added value and advantage of his clients.

  • Tad Matus

    Tad’s career has been focused on health care delivery, and on improving decision making through the effective use of information and technology.

    His career started in research on NHS management decision making structures, progressed to creating the role of District Information Officer following the first real focus on information in the NHS (The Korner Report), and more recently was one of the 28 (then slimmed to 10) chosen to create the role of Chief Information Officer in the NHS (with the initiation of the National Programme for IT).

    He has continued with leadership positions, both through consultancy, and NHS direct employment and led both information and IT at local and strategic level in the NHS. More generally he was a (non-voting) member of the Board of Surrey and Sussex Strategic Health Authority. His focus is on innovation and business change enabled by information and technology.  He has built and delivered strategies for the local NHS through a number of policy changes. He has a prime focus on improving patient care, innovation, and working across organisational boundaries, with both senior management and clinicians. Delivering this he led change at local, regional, and national levels, identifying significant improvements to the quality and cost of services.

  • Anthony A. Ajose

    An experienced health economist, clinical pharmacist and project manager with both UK and international experience. Anthony has gained relevant experienced in the fields of clinical pharmacy, pharmaceutical sector and heath Information technology.

    Anthony has worked across all sectors of the NHS, from clinical through to public health and commissioning levels. Anthony has utilised his skills in consulting and operational roles on health, pharmaceutical and health IT projects, gaining relevant experience working on health IT projects within clinical commissioning groups, GP practice and pharmacy environments.

    Anthony provides expertise on healthcare technology, health economics and pharmaceutical related projects and is able to bring previous experience of various projects in public, private and global health sector to the table.