Core Group Members
The Core Group is to represent all the various healthcare sectors and disciplines which makes up the healthcare community in the UK that have contributed significantly and regularly to the development of the BIM4HEALTH cause and are helping shape its longer term strategy.
Steve Batson – (BIM4Health CHAIR PERSON), IHEEM Director/Trustee & Council Representative, Yorkshire & Humber branch.
Janet Beckett – CIBSE Representative.
Gary Allen – RICS Regional representative Yorkshire & Humber.
Julian Colaco – (BIM4Health Vice CHAIR PERSON) representing Department of Health/ P21+.
Jonathan Stewart – National HEFMA representative.
Mark Holloway – Regional HefmA representative.
John Orrell – RIBA Deputy Chair for Yorkshire & Humber /BIM4FM.
David Philp – Head of BIM UK BIM Task group.
Dr Richard Pope – Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) - Clinical Lead for Tele-Healthcare.
Karl Redmond – BIM4SME Representative & Director of Bowman Riley Innovate.
David Kershaw – P21+ PSCP Representative.
Michael Dyson - CIOB NHS Property Services
''As we head towards an efficient digitised built environment it is important that communities of practice come together such as BIM4Health to help raise awareness, build capacity and capability both with the client and supply chain populations. Health is an area that can particularly benefit from BIM where model data can be used to inform and optimise the clinical planning process and healthcare estate. The BIM4Health group will be a key player in the wider BIM4 communities where their work will be mutually supportive and collaborative; sharing instances of best practice to benefit the greater good. We look forward to working with the group and would encourage industry to support their efforts''
- David Philp
Head of BIM Task Group
BIM4HEALTH welcomes all organisations who operate within the healthcare sectors with an interest in the activity of structuring a governable, sustainable non-restrictive and open Health BIM conduit. It is proposed to create active BIM4HEALTH subgroups around the AHSN designated regions and to focus on particular issues relating to Health BIM. In particular the group encourages ways to engage with, adopt and embed Health BIM into business and how Health BIM can assist in the wider Government’s objectives for an integrated Health Information Model that assists in the goals and objectives as set out in the Transformational for Change agenda. As such membership is open and free to all organisations in return for which BIM4HEALTH would welcome donations and constructive contributions that progress the BIM4Health care agenda.
Anyone interested in becoming involved, supporting or requiring further information regarding BIM4Health activities should initially contact Karl Redmond on
0113 391 7570