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Moira Mackenzie

Moira Mackenzie

Member (DHI)

Moira is deputy Chief Executive and part of our leadership team. She believes that the progress of any country can best be valued by the quality of care it provides to its most vulnerable citizens.

She has over 28 years’ experience in leading successful, complex change and transformational service redesign within public sector health, housing and care environments.

Moira led West Lothian’s ground-breaking Opening Doors for Older People Initiative, which inspired subsequent influential leadership roles including Scottish Government’s national Telecare Development Programme Manager and Head of Service for the high-achieving Scottish Centre for Telehealth & Telecare team leading the roll out of Home & Mobile Health Monitoring, computerised CBT, and virtual consultations across Scotland.

Within DHI, Moira’s role is to engage with senior stakeholders across industry, academia and health and care to identify opportunities where DHI can add most value from its expertise in digital innovation.

John Jeans CBE

Professor Sir Harry Burns FRSE

Madeline Smith

Professor George Crooks OBE

Brian O’Connor

Charles Sweeney

Margaret Whoriskey

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