Designing The New Normal for New Zealand Healthcare - Jon Herries

A speaker series designed to engage the New Zealand business and design community in exploring design's role in helping businesses adapt to The New Normal. All around the world, COVID-19 has been called out as the biggest risk to a countries’ economic growth.

Yet the future of work is now here, consumer confidence is returning, and digitally enabled productivity has been accelerated out of necessity. 

There’s no more looking back.

The New Normal for New Zealand Healthcare
Jon Herries, Group Manager - Emerging Health Technology, Ministry of Health.

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About Jon:
Jon and his team are focused on bringing technology to the health sector faster, ensuring that technology provides impact, and establishing a network of interested and expert people and organisations who are working on new technology solutions in health.

Jon has recently returned to NZ from four years in Ireland where he was working in Healthcare and Technology consulting for EY. In this role Jon led the development of technology operating models and plans for the National Office of the HSE, SSW Hospital Group and Saolta Hospital Group. He was also lead on planning the work programmes for the National Children’s Hospital, the National Forensic Mental Health hospital and the All-Ireland Congenital Heart Disease Service.

He was also the lead on reviewing the immunisation dataset for the Republic of Ireland including the plan to build a National Immunisation Dataset. 

Previously Jon established the Alliance Leadership Team and programme for CCDHB and was involved in project management, technology development and analytics in a number of clinical areas. He originally trained and practiced as a Physiotherapist and also completed a post-graduate diploma in Health Management.

The New Normal for New Zealand Healthcare

Designing the New Normal with Jon Herries, Group Manager - Emerging Health Technology, Ministry of Health

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