New map for growth drives ManageMyHealth changes


New map for growth drives ManageMyHealth changes

Media release from ManageMyHealth
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With nearly a million users already, and an increasing footprint in New Zealand’s primary healthcare system, ManageMyHealth has performed a self-check-up.

Chief Executive Vino Ramayah says two key team members who have nurtured the personal health software business are handing over to new people for ManageMyHealth’s next stage of growth.

Andrew Maslin, who is well known to the diagnostics sector, is joining the company as General Manager of Operations. Andrew has extensive experience in sales, marketing, and operations having held senior positions within the health sector over the last 15 years including as Chief Executive of MoleMap Australia. Andrew brings a wealth of change, process, and business improvement expertise, and is passionate about ensuring that a high-quality service is consistently delivered to ManageMyHealth’s customers.

He will be joined by Dr Jeanette Elley as Senior Business Analyst and Project Manager. Dr Elley has extensive experience at Auckland and Waitemata DHBs and spent 19 years at Datacom. Dr Elley will be supporting the team with their continued innovation on the product roadmap.

ManageMyHealth is saying farewell to Sanjeewa Samaraweera, who joined the company (when it was then part of Medtech Global) over 13 years ago and has been instrumental in the development of ManageMyHealth to its current state.

ManageMyHealth is also saying farewell to Zaheed Kanthawala, who has been a part of the Medtech and ManageMyHealth team for more than five years and has led its service delivery and customer implementations. 

Mr Ramayah says. “I thank Sanjeewa and Zaheed for their years of service and wish them all the best for their future endeavours.”