PHIN founder and CEO to step down

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Hemma Visavadia
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PHIN founder and CEO to step down

The Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN) has announced that its founder and chief executive, Matt James, will step down this year after a decade at the helm.

James explained that his focus now will be on ensuring a smooth transition process and will continue to spend time both within the organisation and working closely with key stakeholders.  "Establishing and running PHIN to be the organisation it is today has been a joy and a privilege. We have achieved so much, establishing data flows and an expectation of transparency on quality and cost in private healthcare that will benefit patients for years to come," James noted.  Dr Andrew...

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