Healthcode Focuses on Services for Consultants with new appointment

Published: Wednesday, 13 September 2017 09:35

Healthcode, the specialists in online services to the independent healthcare sector, have appointed Kingsley Hollis to oversee the growth of their ePractice system.

kingsleyhollisAs Head of Business Development (ePractice), Kingsley will be responsible for ensuring that Healthcode’s practice management technology continues to meet the real-world needs of independent consultants. He will help the company develop new tools and services that enable providers to operate more efficiently and grow their businesses.

Kingsley has more than twenty years’ experience of the private healthcare sector, having previously worked in sales roles at DGL Solutions and then Clanwilliam Health. In this newly-created role, he is looking forward to meeting Healthcode’s growing number of private practitioner users which have increased by 51% in the last six months.

He said: “I’m proud to be working for a dynamic company with such a strong track record throughout the independent health sector. While Healthcode made its name with electronic billing, it has since developed a comprehensive range of online management tools which help consultants with everything from PMI recognition to financial planning. As well as showing practitioners how they can make best use of this technology, I also want to open a dialogue about the business challenges they face so Healthcode can continue to make a difference.”

Welcoming Kingsley to the business development team, Healthcode Managing Director, Peter Connor, said: “Kingsley is a veteran of the independent healthcare services sector, with a real understanding of the complexities of practice management and excellent contacts within the sector. Our vision for ePractice is to go beyond the traditional practice management formula and create a fully integrated solution which puts customers in control of their practice, from operational efficiency and financial reporting to data security and compliance. Kingsley’s appointment is pivotal in achieving that objective.”