Dr Angus Ritchie FAIDH
I work hard to improve the safety, usability, effectiveness and sustainability of digital health and technology in clinical care.
Angus Ritchie is a Sydney-based Renal Physician and Director of Kidney School, the national education program for renal trainees. He is currently the Clinical Lead for two major projects in Sydney Local Health District: HealthPathways Sydney and Electronic Medication Management at Concord Hospital. His quality improvement project “One Less Prick”, completed as part of the Clinical Excellence Commission’s Executive Clinical Leadership Program, lead to a 7% reduction in inpatient pathology testing at a tertiary teaching hospital. He is interested in systems to improve patient care that focus on value, data and innovation. He previously volunteered in Fiji as an Australian Youth Ambassador for Development, working as a Medical School Lecturer and running a haemodialysis unit. When he isn’t pottering in the garden or drinking flat whites he’s trying to be a good husband to his wife Meg and a hands-on dad to infant Max. You can reach Angus at angus.ritchie (AT) sswahs.nsw.gov.au
Clinical Associate Professor, Sydney Medical School
The community here in the Goldfields, Central VIC, my teenagers & travel
I’m passionate about
Enhancing the roles of nurses and midwives to improve health care – we do health IT with care!