CRF Health, a global provider of eCOA solutions for the life sciences industry, announced the appointment of Jamie Moss as chief operating officer (COO), assuming responsibility for CRF Health’s global operations. The company has enjoyed significant growth and continued investment in the eCOA space having recently acquired mHealth provider, Entra Health. This appointment continues to place an emphasis on ensuring quality and scalable operational delivery to meet growing customer demand.
With more than 26 years’ experience in business critical operational, manufacturing and senior executive roles across the aerospace, engineering, professional services and energy sectors, Moss comes to the organization with a strong belief in Lean Six Sigma and a drive for growth acceleration, process improvement and quality. Most recently he was head of Engineering Capability for QinetiQ’s Air Division. Prior to that, Moss was COO for Lockheed Martin Commercial Flight Training and has also held diverse roles at Rolls-Royce, including managing director of the organization’s Aero Repair & Overhaul business.
Discussing the appointment, CRF Health’s CEO, Rachael Wyllie, said, “I am pleased to announce Jamie Moss as CRF Health’s new COO. His track record in process enhancement and building cultures of improvement will be a tremendous asset to us as we expand our business in an industry that is increasingly looking to eCOA as a key tool in optimizing its drug research programs.”
Jamie Moss, stated, “I am delighted to join CRF Health at such an exciting point in its development. With a strategy focused on quality and innovation, and investment in the company’s team a priority, I look forward to helping to drive the next phase in CRF Health’s growth.”