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Our Software Services Team

 Alex Colliss

Systems Clinician

Alex has been a Registered Nurse for more than 15 years, working in diverse settings across the health sector – medical, aged residential care, rehabilitation and needs assessment.

Alex’s current role as an interRAI Systems Clinician draws together her clinical expertise and interRAI assessment knowledge, with her deep technical skills. The role allows Alex to use this mix of skills to improve and troubleshoot users’ experience with the interRAI National Software System.

Lyn Schofield

Systems Clinician

Lyn completed her Bachelor of Health Science at Auckland University of Technology in 2008. This qualification lead Lyn to a role as a Needs Assessor at Waitemata DHB where she worked with clients both in the community, and on the wards at North Shore Hospital.

Her interRAI journey started in 2011 when she first trained to administer interRAI assessments and took up the role of Systems Clinician for the DHB. She joined TAS as an interRAI Educator in 2013, and took up the Systems Clinician role in 2016.

Lyn brings a wealth of experience as a user and trouble shooter to this role, where her passion has always been customer service for the user. 

Peter Tang

Senior Systems Clinician

Peter has worked as Registered Nurse and NASC assessor before joining TAS as an educator in 2016.

He moved to interRAI Software Services in 2018, to take up the role of Systems Clinician. This role makes use of Peter's well-developed technical and analytical skills.

Peter is passionate about the power of digital health. He has broad interests across this field, including data collection and analysis, as well as interoperability.

Shelley Mawhinney

Systems Clinician

Shelley is a Registered Nurse and experienced interRAI Assessor, Educator and interRAI Systems Clinician. She has previously worked for Hutt Valley DHB's Needs Assessment Service, TAS and in the aged residential care sector.

Shelley gets excited about healthcare and the impact of data on healthcare outcomes, it is important to Shelley that digital technologies strengthen healthcare and become a sustainable part of the healthcare system in New Zealand.