About the webinar
In our next Fireside Chat, Natalie Yeadon will sit down with Scott Arrol, Chief Executive Officer at New Zealand Health IT to discuss the roles of interoperability, connected health, and digital identity in enabling a healthier population. They will also explore how NZHIT and its members are working collaboratively across the health sector to position digital health technologies as a key enabler of quality health and social care services. Further, they will touch on hot topics such as data privacy and cybersecurity concerns, eMental Health, the effects of the recent COVID-19 pandemic on digital health, and the barriers to digital health adoption in New Zealand and internationally.
Natalie worked in the pharmaceutical industry for over 18 years in a variety of sales, marketing, and early brand commercialization management roles both in Canada and in the US, in several different therapeutic areas. She is currently the Co-owner and Managing Director of Impetus Digital where she spends her time helping life science clients collaborate and create sustained, authentic relationships with their customers, virtually.
Scott Arrol is an experienced CEO, director, strategist, influencer, speaker/MC, podcaster, commentator, and blogger/writer. Currently, he is the CEO of New Zealand Health IT (NZHIT), a not-for-profit, incorporated society formed in 2002 that has since grown to become the peak body for the New Zealand digital health industry sector.
He is passionate about making a positive difference to the health and wellbeing of New Zealanders, achieving full enablement of digital health technology to support the creation of a world-class health system for New Zealand, and building a strong health IT export sector so they can showcase and provide their fantastic solutions across the globe.
About Impetus Digital
Impetus Digital is the spark behind sustained healthcare stakeholder communication, collaboration, education, and insight synthesis. Our best-in-class technology and professional services ensure that life science organizations around the world can easily and cost-effectively grow and prosper—from brand or idea discovery to development, commercialization, execution, and beyond—in collaboration with colleagues, customers, healthcare providers, payers, and patients.