Geoffrey Sayer named Fellow of Health Informatics NZ (FHiNZ)
Geoffrey Sayer has been named as one of nine new members of the Fellow of Health Informatics NZ (FHiNZ) programme.
“I feel very honoured and privileged to work with so many wonderful people who have made real differences to peoples’ lives. Leading is made a lot easier with people wanting to help make change,” said Sayer.
Recognising Leadership in Health Informatics
The Fellow of Health Informatics New Zealand Programme recognises leaders who demonstrate “significant digital and data achievement and contributions, leadership and service for the health and disability sector of Aotearoa New Zealand.” Fellows must be financial members of HiNZ there are 46 Fellows in the programme including Geoffrey Sayer.
Fellows are recognised for working to the highest professional standards, respecting and protecting the rights and interests of the public and health consumers and promoting the interests and standing of the health and disability sector.
Health Informatics New Zealand (HiNZ) is a not-for-profit organisation that supports digital health through events, education and the sharing ideas and knowledge.
The HiNZ community comprises a diverse range of professions within healthcare, technology, and government. HiNZ members include doctors, nurses, allied health professionals, health sector managers, IT industry managers, analysts, academics, and students.
Find out more about the HiNZ Fellowship Programme