Shayne Hunter
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Shayne Hunter

Ministry of Health / Manatū Hauora

Deputy director general, data and digital

  • Has spent the past 15 years in the health and disability sector with a focus on information and technology.
  • Previously Chief Information Officer for Capital and Coast, Hutt Valley and Wairarapa DHBs.
  • Chairs the Central Region DHB’s CIO group and was previously the chair of the Health Sector National IS Leaders Forum.


Working Knowledge
General Manager / Customer Relationship Manager, Relationship Manager / General Manager
Jan 1997 - Nov 1999
Genesis Consulting Group Limited
Principle Consultant
Jan 1999 - Feb 2019
Ministry of Health / Manatū Hauora
Advisor / Project Manager (contracted)
Jan 2001 - Dec 2012
Capital & Coast DHB, Hutt Valley DHB and Wairarapa DHB
Chief Information Officer
Oct 2015 - Mar 2019
Ministry of Health / Manatū Hauora
Deputy Director-General, Data & Digital
Mar 2019 - Present

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