Real Time Medical’s Jean-Pierre Thierry, MD, MPH, Named to HIMSS Europe Governing Council

August 28, 2012

 

A distinguished career spanning the private and public sector in both Europe and North America secures Real Time Medical’s VP of Sales (EMEA) a HIMSS board seat.

 

TORONTO, ONTARIO – August 28, 2012 – Real Time Medical (www.realtimemedical.com), a global leader in diagnostic imaging service workflow management, is delighted to report the election of our VP of Sales (EMEA), Jean-

Pierre Thierry, MD, MPH, to the HIMSS Europe Governing Council, for a three-year term.

 

“I am very excited about Jean-Pierre’s nomination, which comes only a few months after he joined our team. It speaks volumes about not only his achievements and experience in healthcare informatics and management, but also to his vision for a truly global promotion of the best achievements in Healthcare IT” said Ian Maynard, P.Eng., M.Sc., MBA, CEO and Co-Founder of Real Time Medical.

 

Jean-Pierre has over 20 years of experience in healthcare, most recently as the Chief Medical Officer and Chief Business Development – Europe at Agfa Healthcare NV. Before, he was the CIO of major hospitals in France. He heads Real Time’s sales activities in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

 

About Real Time Medical

 

Real Time Medical is a global leader in diagnostic service workflow management and quality assurance software solutions, headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. We develop vendor-neutral workflow management, productivity, orchestration, quality assurance, and collaboration for radiology, cardiology, pathology, dermatology, and ophthalmology applications. Real Time Medical also operates the largest teleradiology collaboration service network in Canada. For more information, please visit www.realtimemedical.com, and follow us on Twitter @RealTimeMedical.

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