Private Healthcare Information Network: Jack Griffin

Following the announcement in January that Private Healthcare Information Network’s (PHIN) founding chief executive Matt James is stepping down, Jack Griffin, PHIN’s finance and commercial director, is taking over as acting chief executive from 1 April.

An executive recruitment agency has been appointed to lead the search for a permanent chief executive.

 PHIN’s chair, Jayne Scott, said: “I want to say a huge thank you to Matt for his vision and leadership over the last 10 years. He leaves PHIN in a great place. I am delighted Jack has agreed to take over the role during the interim period and I have every confidence that he will continue to move PHIN forward, working together with all our stakeholders.”

Griffin added: “It has been a pleasure working with Matt and I’m very grateful for the opportunity to take over the reins on an interim basis until a successor has been appointed. I look forward to leading the team at PHIN and working with the PHIN board and all our stakeholders to develop our plans.” 

James said: “I’m pleased that PHIN is now in Jack’s very capable hands, and wish Jack and the rest of the team all the best in continuing PHIN’s important mission.”

 Established by James and Dr Andrew Vallance-Owen in 2012, PHIN publishes information based on unique detailed data to help patients understand private healthcare and make meaningful choices of provider.

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