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Global ICT giant Fujitsu has made two strategic appointments to its Australian and New Zealand healthcare team as part of its healthcare expansion ANZ.

Fujitsu announced the appointment of Ian manovel as head of industry, health, Australia and New Zealand and Anthony Wang as Director of Digital Transformation, Health, Australia & New Zealand.

Fujitsu Says In New Role Manovel Leads Company Expansion In ANZ Healthcare Industry And Is Responsible For Healthcare Industry Strategy, Transformation Agenda, Sales Growth And Management customer service.

And Fujitsu says Wang is responsible for providing “the best of Fujitsu innovation to our customers to guide and support them on their transformation journeys.”

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Manovel has worked in the healthcare industry for 30 years, including 12 years as a hospital and community pharmacist in Australia and the UK.

“As an entrepreneur, he founded drug management, training and consulting companies. In his most recent role as a healthcare industry partner for DXC Technology, Ian has engaged with leadership teams to drive transformation projects into government and healthcare consulting, ” Fujitsu said.

“His previous roles include Senior Director of Healthcare Innovation at Accenture, Head of Healthcare Industry at NPS MedicineWise, and Associate Director of Analytics and Business Development at Bupa.”

Wang (pictured above) joins Fujitsu with over 20 years of experience developing and implementing corporate IT strategies. After graduating in medicine and working as a doctor, he obtained a degree in computer engineering.

“He has held positions at AMP Financial Services, Optus and Accenture. In his most recent role as CTO at Ramsay Health Care, Anthony led large-scale digital initiatives including the first doctor-based mobile app to access the Australian Federal Government’s My Health Record and the first digital patient flow program in Australian private hospitals, ”said Fujitsu.

Graeme beardsell, CEO of Fujitsu Australia & New Zealand, said, “These strategic appointments demonstrate Fujitsu’s commitment to driving positive transformative change in an industry under unprecedented pressure.

“Ian (Manovel) brings proven leadership and a wealth of knowledge and experience in the healthcare industry to this central role and I am delighted to welcome him to Fujitsu. ”

Graeme Beardsell said, “I am delighted to welcome Anthony (Wang) to our healthcare industry. He brings to this position extensive medical knowledge and experience in the health sector. He will be instrumental in enabling Fujitsu healthcare customers to embrace digital transformation and have a positive impact on society.

Commenting on his appointment, Ian Manovel said: “Digital transformation services are essential in supporting health systems to improve health outcomes for people around the world. My focus is on finding new ways to drive innovation in healthcare by using digital technologies to achieve the best possible health outcomes.

“I look forward to working with Fujitsu customers on focused innovation and transformation that will help shape the future of healthcare delivery in Australia and New Zealand.

Upon his appointment, Anthony Wang said, “The main challenge for the healthcare sector is how it will transform into a patient-centered, technology-enabled post-pandemic world, while continuing to provide healthcare. health in a transparent manner.

“With the breadth of Fujitsu’s technological capabilities and its ability to invest and develop new assets, we will turn those long-term healthcare visions into reality.

I look forward to harnessing the power of AI, machine learning, quantum computing, analytics, and the medical Internet of Things to solve these challenges currently in the too tough basket.

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