Bryn Sage is chief executive of Inhealthcare, a UK leader in digital health and care and remote patient monitoring. He has enjoyed a career spanning nearly 40 years in the UK tech sector and has held senior roles in a succession of commercially successful and innovative companies.
Bryn started his career as an apprentice computer engineer. He joined the Intechnology plc group in 1986 and served as sales director of its £200m hardware and software distribution business and chief operating officer of its £50m cloud services business.
Bryn was appointed CEO of Inhealthcare in 2012 and is a founding director of Health Call, a joint venture with the NHS to drive adoption of patient-centred technologies across a population area of over three million people in the North East of England.
Bryn brings a rich blend of experience to the techUK Council gained from his Director level roles as vendor business partner, builder and operator of data centres, provider of managed services and independent software vendor. His position as a board member at Health Call, a joint venture with six trusts in the North East of England and Inhealthcare has given him insight to the challenges faced by the NHS in using technology for person centred service redesign. The partnership has provided him with a unique perspective on the challenges and opportunities facing the NHS as it moves into the digital age.
Having been a member of the Council for the past 18 months Bryn is keen to continue to be a champion for small businesses and voice his passion for equal access for those working with the NHS and both central and local government.
Bryn also brings with him his experience as an elected member of Selby District Council.