Michael

Moodie

Health Services Specialist


Academic Qualifications

  • Adjunct Professor of Health Service ManagementApril 2005 - March 2008
    Edith Cowan University, Western Australia
  • Masters of Public Health (Hons)2008
    University of Sydney, New South Wales

    Majors: Health Administration, Public Health and Health Promotion | Treatise: Improving Population Health and Area Health Services

  • Masters of Public Administration1989
    University of Queensland, Queensland

    Majors: Human Resource Management, Planning and Public Policy | Treatise: The role of Management Information Systems in Improving Operational Performance

  • Bachelor of Social Work1980
    University of Queensland, Queensland

    Majors:Social Welfare Admistration and Casework

  • Bachelor of Arts1977
    University of Queensland, Queensland

    Majors: Government, History and Sociology

Professional Memberships

  • Australian College of Health Service Management2007
    Associate Fellow

Employment History

  • Endeavour Foundation - ConsultantOctober 009 - Present
    Projects as determined by the CEO such as: an examination of aged care options for Endeavour clients and an examination of options to improve the care coordination of Endeavour clients using electronic care record.
    • Pimm Pty Ltd - DirectorNovember 2008 to September 2009
      Establishment of ICT business on the Sunshine Coast, QL. Specialising in sales and support, managed ICT, web development and SEO. Also worked as a locum social worker at the Nambour General and Caloundra Hospitals for Queensland Health.
      • Dpt of Health, Western Australia - Executive Director, TechnologyJanuary 2006 - October 2008
        Responsibility for the WA Health ICT and Medical Technology Programs including shared services functions and capital programs. Member of the WA Health Executive
        • South West Area Health Service - Chief Executive OfficerJanuary 2002 - December 2005
          Direct responsibility for the provision of public health services to the population of SW of WA. Services included 12 hospitals, a base hospital and a variety of primary care services including population health.
          • Dept. Health-Finance and Infrastructure, WA - Executive General ManagerDecember 2000 to December 2001
            Responsible for the WA Health finance and infrastructure functions including negotiating the WA Health Budget with Treasury (DTF), the internal allocation of budgets and performance monitoring. Member of the WA Health Executive and Chair of the WA Health Audit Committee.
            • King Edward Memorial & Princess Margaret Hospital - Chief ExecutiveFebruary 1999- November 2000
              Responsible for the delivery of health services to women and children of WA across two hospital sites.
              • Greater Murray Area Health Service - Chief Executive OfficerSeptember 1996 - January 1999
                Direct responsibility for the provision of public health services  to the population of the SW  of NSW. Services included 27 hospitals  two base hospitals  and a variety of primary care services  including population health. Member of the GMAHS Board.
                • Distributed Systems Technology Centre (DSTC) - Director, Corporate ServicesApril 1996 - August 1996
                  Responsible for all corporate functions for the centre including budgets and liaising with centre partners.
                  • Queensland Health - Director, Capital WorksDecember 1992 to March 1996
                    Responsible for the Qld Health $1.5b hospital rebuilding program.
                    • Central Regional Health Authority - Regional DirectorDecember 1991 - January 1992
                      Rockhampton, Queensland. Direct  responsibility  for  the  provision  of  public  health  services  to  the  population  of  central   Queensland. Member of the Central Regional Health Authority Board.
                      • QLD Health - Director, Organisational Services & Implementation Director - Regionalisation and RestructuringAugust 1989 to November 1992
                        Responsible  for  the provision of  internal organisational consulting services  to  Queensland Health including the regionalisation and restructuring of Queensland Health post the 1989 state election.
                        • QLD Health, Project and Developmental Support Unit - Senior Project Officer August 1988 to July 1989
                          Internal organisational services consultant to Queensland Health
                          • QLD Health - Project Officer, Strategic Plan for ComputingJanuary 1985 to August 1988
                            Responsible  for  the  implementation of corporate information systems  into  Princess  Alexandra Hospital and project manager for the development of functional specifications for patient information systems.
                            • Challinor Centre - January 1985 to August 1988
                              Responsible  for  the  implementation of corporate information systems  into  Princess  Alexandra Hospital and project manager for the development of functional specifications for patient information systems.