PracticeAccounting FirmsEx-NHS CIO lands KPMG posting in Oz

Ex-NHS CIO lands KPMG posting in Oz

Former NHS CIO will be joining the KPMG Global Health Practice in Australia

The former NHS chief information officer Richard Granger is understood to be
joining KPMG in
Australia as a partner of the KPMG Global Health Practice. It is believed his
new posting will be global.

KPMG is said to have informally announced Granger’s appointment at an
e-health conference in Melbourne, E-Health Insider reports.

The former NHS IT chief, who has the reputation of being Britain’s highest
paid civil servant, let it be known he took a significant pay-cut to join the
health service. At the time of his departure, Granger was paid £285,000 a year.

Before taking on the role of director general of NHS IT, Granger worked for
big four firms Deloitte and Touche.

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