Chief Clinical Information Officer
Yvonne Goff is the Chief Clinical Information Officer of the Health Service Executive. A radiographer by background, she has over 18 years of experience in the Health Sector with five of these directly involved in Informatics. Yvonne aims to continue to grow and develop the CCIO making a positive and lasting difference in the delivery of eHealth solutions across the Irish Healthcare systems.
Carole is a radiographer by background and holds a Doctorate in Business Administration from the University of South Wales. Her work and research involves conceptualising and realising technology-based solutions for challenges in a clinical setting. In successfully delivering this role, she finds that skills such as business analytics, abstract reasoning and creativity are key symbiotic partners to clinical experience and academic expertise. This also includes broadening and optimising clinical participation in eHealth across the HSE.
Conor has been a GP in Drogheda since 1998. He is currently National Co-ordinator of the GPIT group, which has overseen the ongoing development of IT usage in general practice in Ireland. He is also secretary of the HealthOne user group, which is Ireland’s longest established GP software. His strong belief is that IT for clinicians should be both user-friendly and of value in improving clinical care.
Séamus MacSuibhne graduated in medicine from University College Dublin in 2002. Since 2011 he has been a consultant psychiatrist in Carlow/Kilkenny/South Tipperary Mental Health Services. He has a Masters in Medical Education from the University of Dundee and a MA in Philosophy and Ethics of Mental Health from the University of Warwick.
Paula has a Masters in Health Informatics from the University of Sheffield and is currently undertaking her PhD in Dublin City University. The focus of her PhD is data and its effective use in the clinical environment through analytics. Paula is Joint Chair of the Health Informatics Society of Ireland -Nursing and Midwifery.