ADHA appoints Service NSW exec and Parramatta councillor as CDO

The Australian Digital Health Agency has appointed Steven Issa to the new position of chief digital officer, which will see him become the key design authority for national digital health solutions.

Mr Issa is currently director for Service NSW's face to face and digital Service Centres, and is a former deputy mayor and current Liberal Party councillor for the City of Parramatta council in Sydney.

He has a Bachelor of Computer Science and Technology degree from the University of Sydney and has lectured there in technology.

In a statement, ADHA said he “brings extensive experience in digital service innovation and delivery and a demonstrated ability to deliver customer focused outcomes”.

Mr Issa will begin in January.

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Tags: Australian Digital Health Agency

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