iCIMS Welcomes James Dwyer to the Advisory Board

James Dwyer

James Dwyer

iCIMS is pleased to have James Dwyer accept a position on the company’s Advisory Board.

James has been involved in the health and social care industry in Australia and the UK for the last 15 years.

He was formerly the General Manager of EMIS Health in Australia and New Zealand and is also a director of Pineshield Health and Social Care Services in the UK which he founded in 2001.

With a background in financial management in IT and Telecoms since the late 1980’s, James brings strong finance skills as well as personal experience in starting up and growing a successful health and social care organisation.

iCIMS Founder and CEO said that he was very pleased to have James join and believed the experience James has in both Health and Finance would be invaluable as iCIMS moves from start-up mode to a full commercial footing.

iCIMS Announces Formation of Advisory Board

iCIMS and HLA today are excited to announce the formation of a joint Advisory Board, which includes highly experienced executives from the Health and IT sectors, and the Government.

The board members are: Professor David G. Penington AO, John DeBrincat, and Denis Tebbutt. Their brief biographies can be viewed on our website.

Professor Jon Patrick, CEO and founder of iCIMS and HLA said, “To ensure that we continue to focus on developing leading edge health technology solutions, providing exceptional service to our clients, and expanding our footprint into various regions, requires guidance and mentoring by a team of experts who are not involved in the day-to-day business activities.

We are privileged to have David, John and Denis agree to join our advisory board which brings us an unparalleled wealth of experience and vision.”

The iCIMS solutions have been designed to allow clinicians to use highly modifiable and flexible Clinical User Interfaces (CUIs) which increase staff efficiency and patient safety, by implementing detailed but highly adaptable clinical workflows with a strong agile method.

The HLA system provides a unique facility to search, extract and code clinical notes, pathology & radiology reports and other medical texts using a highly efficient natural language processing engine designed for the medical profession.