INITH Consultancy


About us

Raymond Huizer and Barbara Kegelaer both have over 15 years of experience in implementing hospital and clinical information systems. As a result of their masters’ degree in Medical Information Science, they have excellent knowledge about hospital processes (both administrative and clinical) and the role of IT systems in the healthcare environment. After their masters’ degree, they both started working in hospitals mainly implementing SAP IS-H and Cerner for over 10 years. More recently they have managed projects with a variety of solutions being implemented, such as EPIC and Chipsoft. They have done projects in the Netherlands, Belgium, Middle East and South Africa. Besides their roles as (lead) consultants, they have taken on the responsibilities of managing complex integration-  and data migration projects and solution architecture.

While working in the Middle East they were involved one of the largest SAP Healthcare implementations to date at Saudi Aramco’s Medical Services Organization, leading the IS-H and implementation teams. During their recent 4-year stint in South Africa they have been responsible for setting up and managing the new SAP healthcare business unit for T-Systems South Africa, establishing and training a local team of SAP Healthcare specialists. In the 4 years they have been with T-Systems, they have successfully sold and implemented SAP Healthcare in multiple private hospitals and groups. Since no localized version of SAP Healthcare existed for South Africa, they were the solution architects for the creation of a (SAP certified) SAP Healthcare template for medium sized private hospitals. The template has proven value in implementing best practice rapid healthcare implementations in private healthcare sector in South Africa. They are also been heavily involved with Netcare, South Africa’s largest hospital group with more than 50 hospitals, being their trusted advisors for all projects and decisions related to the SAP healthcare environment within Netcare’s organization.

Recent projects in the Netherlands include project management for data migration from legacy systems to EPIC and Chipsoft solutions as well as system integration between HIS/CIS and diagnostic and imaging systems and system integration projects for hospital mergers.

More information on Raymond and Barbara can be found here