James is a key player in healthcare IT, with more than thirty years’ experience of working in both the NHS and the private sector.

He started his career as an NHS Finance Trainee, before moving into Service Improvement management, Performance Management and finally IT management with his last NHS role as Director of IM&T at Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust.

There, he was responsible for the provision of all IT services and informatics and was SIRO for the organisation. James moved to the private sector to become Healthcare Business Development Director for EMC. He spent a further three years as UK Public Sector Chief Information Officer at DellEMC before taking up his present role as healthcare CIO-EMEA at DellEMC.

Throughout his career, James has been a vocal and high-profile CIO, and a strong advocate for the use of technology in helping to change and shape public services. He is also a regular writer, commentator, and contributor to research and press discussions of healthcare IT issues and Digital Transformation.

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