From the International Medical Informatics Association

Gartner Research Seeking Research Director in Healthcare Information Technology, Europe

Gartner Research ( is currently seeking to recruit a Research Director specializing in Healthcare Information Technology, specifically on the provider side in the areas of medical/clinical informatics, telemedicine and electronic medical records. They are looking for someone with 10+ years of experience, who is an expert in this area and who can write detailed research papers, consult with and make strategic recommendations/presentations to clients and serve as a keynote speaker at industry functions internationally.

This position can be based anywhere in Europe, and will involve working virtually, covering the European Healthcare Provider market.

As a Research Director, the candidate will collaborate with other team members to identify and research areas and topics of significant research interest and need in the Healthcare provider industry. The selected candidate will advise Gartner clients on a wide variety of technical and management issues. This individual must be familiar with the processes, drivers and challenges to Provider application strategy, and the activity cycles surrounding the deployment and implementation of technologies supporting this community. The ideal candidate will also be knowledgeable about global EHR initiatives and BPO applications including the features that distinguish one from another and the challenges of deploying them. The analyst will have reasonably strong technical skills, but must also be able to address some of the management and political challenges within Healthcare. The candidate must be willing to travel and address client inquiries across many time zones.

All questions should be directed to:

Jon Dietrich
Recruiting Relationship Manager
1-203-316-6595 (USA)

The full job description and person specification is downloadable (PDF file,  66kb)  and on the Gartner website.

January 23, 2012 - Posted by | Europe | ,

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