Lifespot Health (ASX:LSH) has announced the appointment of medical digital technologies expert, Philippa Lewis, as its new chair.
The new chair brings over 20 years' experience in the medical technology and healthcare industries, having founded private and publicly listed start-up enterprises.
Ms Lewis has been engaged in the development of Healthy Aging Living Laboratories on behalf of the Economic Advisory Board of South Australia and is leading a healthcare industry strategy in collaboration with Quantium in relation to the development of a Big Data report on Older Australians.
She currently serves as an official CEO mentor for the Australian Technology Competition and is appointed as a grants assessor for the Medtech and Pharma Growth Centre (MTPconnect). She is a strategic advisor to the Investment Community Visibility Organisation based in New York and is active in the social, impact and philanthropic investment community worldwide.
“I am delighted to be joining the board of Lifespot Health. The Company is poised to grow its portfolio and expand its global applications via a platform of innovative technologies. The Board will have a keen focus on the management of the company including, its governance, risk and strategy with revenue uplift as a priority," said Ms Lewis.
According to Mark Talbot, director of Lifespot Health, “We are very fortunate to have secured this high calibre appointment. Philippa’s expertise comes at an ideal time in the Company’s evolution to help guide Lifespot’s continued growth and development. Her experience in steering the commercialisation of digital healthcare solutions is exemplary and I am very excited to have her join our Company.
"The Board acknowledges Philippa’s highly qualified skill set making her the right appointment for the role of Chairman. She has extensive experience in the Medtech industry with an additional focus on strong governance having led ASX companies which will be a great advantage as the Company looks to develop further in the global marketplace.”