Dr Phil Koczan is the clinical director for health and care at The Professional Record Standards Body, and has been a practising GP in Chingford North East London for more than 20 years. He is a fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners and a member of their Health Informatics Group, with a portfolio career in medical informatics.
In addition to his clinical post and work with PRSB, he is the London Digital Clinical Champion for the Patient Online programme and involved in various interoperability projects across London. Phil’s main focus is around bringing data together from different care settings to support the development of integrated care initiatives that will benefit patients.
Professor Maureen Baker became chair of the PRSB in September. Maureen is the immediate past chair of the Royal College of GPs and has spent her career championing quality improvement and patient safety through better use and sharing of clinical and professional care information. Maureen is looking forward to increasing the role and influence of the PRSB and embed standards into the grain of good practice across health and care.
Marlene is an adviser on patient and service user empowerment and information governance. She currently advises Coordinate My Care (an end of life care programme for London) and the Summary Care Record team. Marlene is Vice Chair of the Thalidomide Trust and a member of the Legal Services Consumer Panel that advises the Legal Services Board on consumer aspects of regulation. Marlene was made an OBE in 2000 for services to civil justice reform.
Laszlo is a practising histopathologist at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He has had a long interest and involvement in healthcare informatics, development of professional data standards and digital pathology. He is IT Advisor for the Royal College of Pathologists, co-chair of the Primary Care Pathology National User Group and professional lead for the development of the National Laboratory Medicine Catalogue.
Emergency and Acute Physician with Management and Medical Informatics experience and a track record of Emergency Department (A&E) and Acute Care management experience.
Tom’s time is split between clinical work and health IT as clinical lead for the Emergency Care Data Set project, medical director of Xenplate.com a secure NHS-certified cloud-based medical data platform and as management consultant in informatics and acute healthcare.
Dr Afzal Chaudhry is a Consultant Nephrologist and the Chief Medical Information Officer at Cambridge University Hospitals Foundation NHS Trust (CUH). He leads the CUH eHospital programme delivering a trust-wide HIMSS Stage 6 electronic patient record, and the Informatics component of the Population and Quantitative Science theme in the Cambridge NIHR Biomedical Research Centre. Nationally Dr Chaudhry chairs (i) the UK Renal Data Collaboration harmonising data flows from all UK renal units using UK / international interoperability standards, and (ii) the Renal Association Clinical Data Standards Committee with oversight of the UK Renal SNOMED CT subset.
He is also the PRSB secondary care representative on the NHS Standardisation Committee for Care Information. Informatics related papers cover areas such as clinical data visualisations (Nephron Clin. Pract. 2011), autoimmune vasculitis (NEJM 2012), HLA matching at transplantation (Transplantation 2009, 2011, Hum. Immunol 2011, Cell Stem Cell 2012, Kidney Int. 2014) and acute kidney injury (BMC Nephrol. 2013).
Kathryn Moyse qualified as a speech and language therapist from City University, London in 2014, after studying linguistics at the University of Cambridge.
She worked in independent practice as a speech and language therapist in mainstream schools in south east London before joining the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists in 2016.
As part of her current role, she co-ordinates several projects related to health informatics and has developed a keen interest in this area.