iQudos Medical Services
Mike Henley is iQudos' medical director. He is also a practicing consultant surgeon and understands the needs and advantages of practice based commissioning. Prior to studying medicine he was involved in IT development and this interest continued with Medical Director roles in New Media companies during the 1990’s.
He has a solid grounding in medical research. Mike was research fellow for the Royal College of Surgeons of England studying the use of computer simulation to assess clinical competence. His current roles also include a seat on Hospital and Department of Health Committees for Clinical Governance. He is elected to the Executive of the British Medical Association’s Consultants Committee.
He has been with iQudos since its foundation and is passionately determined to realise his vision of providing hospital quality care on the patient’s doorstep.
Engaged as the Software Development Manager for iQudos, Steven Pike leads the design,
architecture and software development of the company's expert systems currently
deployed to the NHS secure network. Steve has a HND in electronics and is a certified PRINCE 2
practitioner with over 25 years’ experience in software and related systems.
Steven was previously key to implementations of the Boots Advantage Card kiosk
and Tesco Direct's in store stock checking systems. In the past he ran his own consultancy firm
supplying bespoke software systems including a postal consolidators administration system,
which AnPost (Ireland) ultimately purchased the rights to.
In his younger days he won the National Junior Cycling Championships and represented
Great Britain in the Team Pursuit at the Cycling World Championships in Italy.
Fred Jacobs is the iQudos CEO and a director. Fred is a director or advisor to embryonic technology companies and established organisations like the NHS.
Fred also sits on the Legal Services Panel of the Institue of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.
In the past, Fred has advised multinational organisations on risk management and compliance issues and was the 2008 Chairman of the Anti-Money Laundering Supervisors Forum for the UK and Ireland. Fred started as an accountant with what is now PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Fred started his career in private health care as Chief Operating Officer of Island Care and continued his career in health care as an Executive Officer and Certifying Financial Officer for Sarbanes-Oxley compliance with Aphton Corporation, a publicly listed biotechnology company developing treatments for gastrointestinal cancers. Fred brings a global perspective in profitable health care delivery to iQudos.
Fred has a BSc in Accounting and Economics.
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