Dr Zoran Bolevich
Dr Zoran Bolevich is the Chief Executive of eHealth NSW, the dedicated agency responsible for transforming ICT and digital capabilities across NSW Health. Zoran is also the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for NSW Health.
Zoran leads eHealth NSW’s team of over 2000 professionals to drive statewide ICT transformation as the digital centre of excellence for NSW Health. He represents NSW Health on the Board of the Australian Digital Health Agency and the NSW Government’s ICT Leadership Group and is a board member of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
Warren Clarke is the Director of Finance at eHealth NSW, leading the finance team to support budgeting, forecasting, reporting, analysis, statutory reporting, costing and pricing to enable ICT and digital capabilities across the NSW public health system.
A senior corporate finance professional, Warren’s areas of expertise include business performance, business management and corporate governance. Warren’s background includes finance, people management, capital accounting, pricing, costing and risk management roles across the NSW public sector. He has over 30 years’ experience managing finance across the healthcare sector.
Warren’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Health Science (Management), a Master of Accountancy, a Fellow of Certified Practising Accountant (CPA) Australia and he is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Vicki Fleming is the Executive Director of Program Delivery at eHealth NSW.
Program Delivery incorporates eight portfolios including clinical care, single digital patient record, infrastructure, integrated care and population health, program delivery enhance, program and change management, ICT service commissioning, data and analytics, and research.
With over 38 years’ experience in the health system as a clinician and in senior management, Vicki has led the implementation of large, complex health IT projects and managed multiple hospital facilities, clinical streams and allied health services, as well as corporate services, assets and facilities and food services.
Vicki’s previous roles include Director ICT Enablement of the Westmead Redevelopment at eHealth NSW, Director of Corporate Serivces and Chief Information Officer at Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District and Executive Director of Clinical Operations and Extended Care at Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District.
Vicki’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Science, Diploma of Nutrition and Dietetics, Diploma of Health Education and a Diploma of Public Administration, all from the University of Sydney.
Mark Hofmeyr is the Director of Corporate and ICT Procurement at eHealth NSW and responsible for leading and managing the statewide sourcing, contract management and supplier relationships across the ICT services portfolio. Mark collaborates with suppliers, Chief Information Officers, the Ministry and internal eHealth NSW teams to ensure the right commercial and clinical outcomes through engagements with the healthcare industry.
Mark has over 20 years senior procurement experience across the health, transport, government, energy, mining, oil, gas and water supply sectors.
Mark’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a Master of Business Administration along with specific procurement and financial training.
Simon James is the Executive Director of Customer Engagement and Service Transitions at eHealth NSW and supports the State Health Emergency Operations Centre (SHEOC) as the eHealth NSW liaison.
Simon leads a number of teams who are focused on the delivery of customer business outcomes and experiences.
The Customer Engagement Team brings together the three capabilities of customer account management, customer experience management and a growing digital leadership human capital capability with a strong focus on building effective partnerships and delivering exceptional customer experiences.
The Service Transitions Team supports our customer organisations in identifying opportunities for transformation of digital operating models and greater leverage of eHealth NSW and partner services.
Simon joined eHealth NSW in 2014, bringing over 25 years of leadership and change experience across a diverse set of industries including construction, utilities, retail, defence, ICT consulting, manufacturing, logistics and healthcare.
Rachael Lunn is the Director of People and Culture for eHealth NSW and is responsible for leading and managing culture and organisational development, people and organisational change, human resources, and recruitment. Rachael and her team provide expert advice on people and culture best-practice to develop workforce strategies, ensuring alignment to the overall eHealth NSW strategy.
Rachael has had a distinguished career within both the public and private sectors, in a variety of roles, including consulting, organisational development, recruitment and generalist human resources. She is passionate about creating a culture where people feel valued and included, and aims to build these values into her own work and that of her teams.
Rachael’s qualifications include a Master of Industrial and Organisational Psychology and a Bachelor of Social Science.
Petra Milnes is the Director of the Office of the Chief Executive and Chief Information Officer at eHealth NSW.
Petra leads the Business Planning and Implementation Office, Executive Business Services and Communications Services. In her role Petra works collaboratively across all directorates to provide strategic advice on organisational, state and national digital health policy, initiatives and issues. She manages key relationships across NSW Health, with other government agencies and industry partners. Petra is passionate about the positive impact people and culture can have on an organisation and is an Executive Sponsor of eHealth NSW’s Women Leadership Community of Practice.
Before joining eHealth NSW in 2014, Petra held roles in public healthcare, non-government organisations and the private sector. Her experience includes managing clinical services and operations, governance and risk and project management.
Petra’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy (Honours) and a Master of Health Services Management.
Andrew Perkins is the Executive Director of Investment, Strategy and Architecture at eHealth NSW.
Andrew leads investment management, strategy and innovation, enterprise architecture and policy and briefing. He also leads development of the eHealth Strategy for NSW Health, statewide investment prioritisation, business cases and enterprise architecture strategies for ICT solutions across NSW Health.
Prior to joining eHealth NSW in 2015, Andrew spent over 15 years in ICT consulting, working on numerous high-profile, complex transformation projects with healthcare organisations in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.
Andrew’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Commerce, Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneurial Studies from the University of Victoria, Canada.
Farhoud Salimi is the Executive Director, Service Delivery at eHealth NSW and is responsible for managing eHealth NSW’s statewide platforms and a Service Delivery team of over 1400 ICT professionals.
Service Delivery incorporates eight portfolios including corporate and clinical application development and support, analytics and integration services, technology and customer support services, as well as the cloud and cyber security practices for NSW Health.
Prior to his role at eHealth NSW, Farhoud worked in the private sector including financial services, insurance and FMCG.
Farhoud holds a Bachelor of Science, with Honours in Computer Science (UNSW) and is proud to sponsor the Women in Leadership Community of Practice at eHealth NSW.
Dr Mark Simpson
Dr Mark Simpson is the Chief Clinical Information Officer and Executive Director of Clinical Engagement and Patient Safety at eHealth NSW.
Clinical Engagement and Patient Safety includes the portfolios of Design (covering Human Centred Design, usability and design governance), Safety and Quality, Clinical Engagement and Research.
Dr Simpson leads a team who ensure that clinical solutions are useful, usable and fit for purpose. The team facilitates clinician engagement in all aspects of solution design and decision making where there is a potential impact on patient care.
Dr Simpson’s previous roles include Digital Director, Clinical Director of Acute and Emergency Medicine and Chief Clinical Information Officer at Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals National Health Service (NHS) Trust.
In 2018, Dr Simpson was also appointed as the Clinical Advisor to the Professional Record Standards Board in the UK.
Dr Simpson’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, a Fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons and Fellowship of The College of Emergency Medicine.