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74 – Making the right thing to do the easiest thing to do – Kate Quirke, Alcidion

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74 – Making the right thing to do the easiest thing to do – Kate Quirke, Alcidion

Kate Quirke is CEO and Managing Director at Alcidion. Kate has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare information technology She has been involved in large system procurements and…
October 26, 2020

74 – Making the right thing to do the easiest thing to do – Kate Quirke, Alcidion

Kate Quirke is CEO and Managing Director at Alcidion.

Kate has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare information technology

She has been involved in large system procurements and implementations of healthcare information technology across Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.

Kate’s background involves holding leading management roles at some of the largest healthcare software firms where she has had an impact on strategic product direction across the health sector and believes astute application of information technology will support the transformation of healthcare delivery worldwide.

In this interview, learn about Kate’s background in healthcare IT, as well as the 20 year evolution of Alcidion.  

You will hear about their flagship product Miya Precision, and how it’s helping clinicians operate with more efficient workflows using their clinical decision support (CDS) tool.

You will learn about the most important elements of what makes a good digital health strategy, as well as why it’s important to have a good understanding of healthcare data and analytics.  

Kate describes her vision for driving change in healthcare models of delivery, and their focus on supporting caregivers with positive user experiences.

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

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