Meet the Game Changer
Introducing the first and only end-to-end SNOMED and FHIR driven digital ACC-45 and invoicing App available in New Zealand.
Co-Designed and Created by Clinicians and Patients
We have designed our services to support the Ministry of Health’s vision for “Data, digital services and technology to power the health and wellbeing of New Zealanders”. To fullfill that vision, Cure8Health apps help move from episodic model of care to a wellbeing model by engaging patients and obtaining explicit permission to use their data to improve their health outcomes.
Capturing patient data has never been easier
Cure8Health apps are designed for Allied Health and District Health Boards in New Zealand that want to adopt SNOMED and FHIR data standards with “keyboard and mobile ready” apps that immediately improve productivity, reduce errors and increase patient satisfaction and equity.
Reduce errors, save time, free up staff and engage with happier patients.
Patients can submit their claim for approval digitally – even on the way to present for an accident.
No more triplicate forms. No more cross checking of data. No more manual transcription.
Begin to measure data and outcomes. Reduce missed claims revenue.
Patients get reimbursed more quickly and can concentrate on treatment.
No more patients or data points falling through cracks in the system.
Roheeni BhanaFounder and Product Innovation Lead
Roheeni is an experienced IT Consultant with a background in Software Implementations, Business Analysis, Project Management and Training. Having been exposed to the lack of a personal health record and the cumbersome processes within the Allied Health Sector, Roheeni experienced the gaps within the New Zealand Health System. She founded Cure8Health and had the vision to use SNOMED and FHIR before they became the clear standards for New Zealand. After creating a patient centric solution with a strong SNOMED integration on a FHIR driven platform, she then joined forces with Dr Matthew Valentine to enhance the platform with a suite of innovative apps. This then led to joining forces with The Sovereignty Network where she now leads the development of ongoing Product Innovations
Dr Matthew Valentine
Co-Founder & Chief Medical Information Officer
MD, FACEM, FACEP, PGradDip HlthSci (Clinical Informatics)
Clinical Director for Informatics Bay of Plenty District Health Board. Co-Founder Cure8Health. Matthew is a residency-trained Emergency Medicine specialist from the US. He has lived and worked clinically in New Zealand since 2008. He has an interest in rural medicine and ensuring that all people, regardless of where they live, get high quality care when and where they need it. This has driven his interest in clinical informatics, and the ways technology can empower people and help support the delivery of quality care. This desire motivates not only his clinical work, but led him to co-found Cure8Health and join forces with The Sovereignty Network.
Dr Michael Bainbridge
BMedSci, BM BS, FFCI, FRCGP, FBCS CITP, FAIDH, CHIA
Internationally recognized Clinical Informatician and Academic. Worked on Read codes and SNOMED Clinical Terminology from their inception in 1984 and 1994 respectively. Mike’s skills transcend technical and clinical barriers and through their application over the last 36 years place him at the foundation of much of the current digital health landscape. Clinical software and hardware innovator. Former Clinical Engagement Lead (APAC) for SNOMED International. Adjunct Professor in Clinical Informatics at the University of Victoria, British Columbia.
Hamish started building medical software to serve clinicians and patients in Japan from the early 2000s. He founded and built The Diary Corp, now an Apple Enterprise Mobility Partner building best in class iOS healthcare solutions. Several large healthcare providers in Australia use The Diary as a virtual hospital and remote monitoring system to connect patients, caregivers and clinicians. His passion is for people to be able to control and benefit from their healthcare data, allowing the data to flow where it needs to go, to whom it needs to go, when it needs to go. To achieve this Hamish founded and runs The Sovereignty Network.
Dave McDonaldChief Digital Officer
Dave has spent 25 years in the industry in roles ranging from UX/UI Consultant to Creative Director for companies such as Spark Digital, Auckland Museum, Contrast Media, Mainfreight and nib. Over his career he has worked extensively with enterprise level companies to develop elegant products and solutions that focus on high-end user engagement and seamless technical delivery.
Ilya brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise in software architecture and infrastructure design, cemented by 12 years of experience in commercial software development. For the past five years, he has architected and delivered FHIR based healthcare solutions for a variety of companies across the world. Ilya is an active participator in open-source projects and is an active and vocal contributor to the global FHIR community.
Project Implementation Lead for Rwanda and Data Champion Lead
Olivier Karasira is the first Data Champion to join The Sovereignty Network™ in Africa. For his efforts, Karasira won the People’s Choice award in the Patient Innovation Track at the HL7™/ FHIR™ DevDays Conference in June 2020. FHIR™ is the de facto global standard for exchanging healthcare information electronically. His story started when he assisted in developing an educational platform in Africa able to generate real-time data for students’ behavior, cognitive load, and health analytics.
Peter is an experienced software architect and developer with a particular interest in healthcare information modelling and exchange. He is the Chair of HL7 New Zealand and contracted as a Solutions Architect to Patients First Ltd, working on standards and architecture in support of the NZ Digital Health Work Programme – including HL7® FHIR® Terminology Services. Peter also maintains the NZ CDA Toolkit used in GP2GP patient record transfers and the NZ ePrescription Service. His three decades in the IT industry, in the UK and New Zealand, have included spells with vendors of both primary and secondary care applications and various public sector organisations. Internationally, he is an Affiliate Director on the HL7 International Board; Co-Chair of the HL7 International Council and a Co-Chair of the SNOMED on FHIR Terminology Services Group.
Dr Peter GootjesChairman
Peter has spent his career in healthcare services after initially completing medical fellowships in both Public Health Medicine and Medical Administration. He has helped lead organizations in senior governance and management positions across the New Zealand health sector with an emphasis on quality services with a commercial focus.
He works as CEO of a large laboratory services provider contracted to provide both hospital and community based services to many of the District Health Boards in New Zealand. For the last decade he has also been working with CEO Hamish MacDonald to help individuals get better control over their health information.
Paul has over 20 years founding and building successful technology businesses, including building a corporate IT solutions business encompassing Cloud, Network Security and Data that services many blue chip clients throughout New Zealand. Pragmatic whilst always looking for opportunities to create new value, Paul is extremely passionate about customer outcomes and adding true value to all customer engagements. Paul enjoys the challenge of building business from idea to maturity and the ups and downs along the way. He is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Directors in New Zealand.
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