eHealthIreland welcomes Martin Curley as new CIO of HSE & CO of eHealthIreland
eHealthIreland today welcomes Mr Martin Curley as the new Chief Information Officer for the Health Service Executive and Chief Officer of eHealthIreland.
Martin is an executive with a track record of building high-performance innovation teams and consistently delivering a strong pipeline of compelling innovations and transformations. He has strong experience in public affairs and communications with a deep history of working closely with the European Commission and National Governments. Martin has strong knowledge and skill in advanced Technology and Digital/IT innovation across multiple domains, most recently Digital Payments and Finance. Recognised as a leader in Open Innovation and founder of the Innovational Value Institute driving scaled research and consulting engagements across multiple industries.
Martin’s achievements in his career to date are many, including transformation of Intel’s IT organisation into a world class IT capability; leading the start-up of Mastercard Advisors Digital Capability; establishing and growing a global network of 15 Intel IT Innovation centres; Transforming Intel’s research reputation in Europe while creating trusted advisor relationships at Commissioner/DG level in EU; Founded and created a consulting practice on IT/Digital capability and value management based on his PhD work at the Innovation Value Institute to mention but a few.
The HSE recognises the importance of data and information in delivering patient centred health outcomes. Martin’s experience and innovative ideas will enable the HSE to continue to build on these outcomes.
Speaking today, Martin said
“I am looking forward to the next phase of digital transformation within the HSE and working with all the staff in the Office of the CIO.“
Martin is a proven thought leader in the application of data to provide innovative solutions. We are delighted to welcome Martin and look forward to working with him to continue developing and driving our ICT services within to the HSE.