Hewlett-Packard Medical Products Group

R&D Business Development Manager

1991 – 1995

Part of world-wide cross-functional team who worked on Group-level strategy to develop new business areas in Healthcare Information Systems and Systems Integration. Worked on these ideas from their initial conception through to the implementation of the strategy and the formation of a new division – Healthcare Information Management Division (HMD). Dual reporting to World-wide R&D Manager (USA) and General Manager, HMD-Europe. Member of HMD-Europe Extended Staff. Invited member of MPG R&D Council.

Set up new European entity – Standards and Technology Development Centre (STDC) – to acquire and/or develop required technologies. This organisation was unique in the way it bridged boundaries between traditional Divisional R&D, responsible for Product Development, and European Medical Project Centres, responsible for Systems Integration. Identified internal customers and negotiated funding from MPG Executive Committee and HP European Corporate Development.

Hewlett-Packard Laboratories

Business Development Manager

1990 – 1991

Initiated business investigations for opportunities in the healthcare market that would exploit advanced technology in information management, networking and communications developed by HP Labs.

Project Manager/Member of Technical Staff

1985 – 1990

Championed research on application of knowledge-based programming to patient monitoring to HP entities world-wide. Responsible for strategic and technical direction of Intelligent Alarm Technology project. Responsible for HP Labs work on knowledge-based planning, reasoning about dynamic systems and qualitative physics. Member of Knowledge-Based Programming Department management team.

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