Risk, quality and compliance software company, Radar Healthcare has appointed Rhian Bulmer into the newly created role of Chief Partnerships Officer.
Bulmer has over 27 years of experience in health and social care, having held key positions at EMIS, Ramsay Healthcare and other health tech providers, arming her with experience across all elements of the health care system from primary care through to ambulance and acute care settings.
Bulmer said: “I’m passionate about technology and the transformational role it can play within the health ecosystem, especially when used to help improve quality of care and operational efficiencies across complex systems.
“As tech organisations we have a duty to work with our colleagues to provide real-world solutions that drive positive change and meaningful impact.
“Radar Healthcare has a best-of-breed system that has the scalability and flexibility to deliver these solutions.
“I am really excited to work together with customers, strategic partners and other providers to help solve some of the issues that our system faces.”
While Bulmer and the Radar Healthcare team are keen technology advocates, they take a people-first approach to digital transformation in healthcare, the company said.
As Chief Partnerships Officer, Bulmer will further strengthen Radar Healthcare’s collaborative approach to driving innovation within healthcare.
She will build Radar Healthcare’s community of expertise to share best practice and remain aligned to its customer’s needs, providing tools which meet their needs today and evolve for tomorrow.
Bulmer added: “To play a role in helping essential health and social care services with the application of technology and easing pressure across the health and social care system, is especially rewarding when it’s done in partnership with those working on the frontline – it means we can make a real difference.”
Radar Healthcare works in close partnership with customers – including HC-One, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and Circle Health Group – and industry leaders to drive ongoing innovation, from ideation through to testing and integration.
Paul Johnson, CEO for Radar Healthcare said: “We’re delighted to welcome Rhian Bulmer to the team.
“Her breadth of experience means Rhian brings a deep understanding of the healthcare sector and an impressive network.
“It’s clear that she shares our vision and values.
“Rhian is perfectly placed to accelerate our partnership working to deliver truly transformative change across health and social care using data insights at a strategic level.”
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