We are very excited to announce Nina Combe has joined Health Metrics in the role of Chief Product Officer within our Executive Leadership Team. Nina is responsible for the strategic product management of our eCase software platform to ensure its alignment with the current and future clinical, financial, regulatory compliance and operational needs of our customers.
Nina has built a career focused on digital software solutions for the health sector and she brings more than 11 years industry and product experience to our team. Nina holds an Honours bachelor’s degree in biomedical sciences and is currently undertaking a Master of Business Administration with the Australian Institute of Management.
Prior to joining Health Metrics Nina held senior product management roles with Canadian software provider AlayaCare. She has also worked for several healthcare software and technology companies including DXC Technology, Procura ANZ and FRED IT Group.
“I’m delighted to join the Health Metrics team and lead the strategic direction of the eCase software platform. The company has a well-established presence in the residential aged care industry and its commitment to continuous product innovation and improvement, together with a desire to expand into additional healthcare markets makes it a very exciting opportunity,” said Nina.
Away from the office Nina is currently focused on completing her MBA however when she has time she enjoys getting outdoors to do some bushwalking. Nina is also a self-confessed ‘foodie’ and she loves to visit new restaurants and is always open to trying a new cultural cuisine.
Paul Brindle, Health Metrics CEO commented: “We’re thrilled to have Nina join our team. Her deep knowledge and understanding of the healthcare industry will greatly inform and guide our on-going strategic product direction. We’re committed to achieving best-practice product management of our eCase software platform to ensure we deliver improved outcomes for our customers and Nina will play a critical role in helping us to achieve this.”