empirica Representative Joins the Editorial Board of Healthcare IT Management

empirica Communication and Technology ResearchHealthcare IT Management, a publication of the European Association of Healthcare IT Managers, covering the European healthcare IT sector, has invited Dr. Karl Stroetmann to join the editorial board for a three-year period. The magazine reaches an impressive and advanced audience from hospital IT managers to policy-makers.

Dr. Stroetmann will share his long standing expertise in the European and global eHealth markets covering policy developments and strategic issues (eHealth Era Project), socio-economic evaluation and technology assessment of complex eHealth applications (Study on Economic Impact of e-Health, EHR IMPACT study) as well as long-term advanced research in fields like the "Virtual Physiological Human (VPH)".

empirica Communication and Technology Research welcomes this opportunity to contribute to a renowned journal which promotes common management standards and good practices at a pan-European level.

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About the European Association of Healthcare IT Managers
The European Association of Healthcare IT Managers (HITM) is a non-profit organisation outlined as the pan-European umbrella association of all relevant national healthcare IT associations in Europe.

Believing in the fundamental importance of unifying healthcare IT professionals at European and global levels, HITM is committed to increasing the professional authority and responsibility of healthcare IT managers and representing their interests to international institutions and associations.

For further information, please visit http://www.hitm.eu.

About empirica Communication and Technology Research
empirica Communication and Technology Research is a private research institute originally founded in 1976 and based in Bonn, Germany. It specialises in communication and information technology related research and consultancy to clients in both the private and public sector. Its expertise covers long-term R&D and roadmapping, policy and strategy development as well as EU-wide representative market research. The company has gained a strong profile in the development, pilot-testing and market validation of IST-based healthcare services. It observes and interprets market trends and evaluates the socio-economic impact of eHealth applications. In addition, it regularly conducts foresight exercises, representative surveys and compiles data bases of good practice case studies with the support of a dense network of contacts in government, industry and academia.

For further information, please visit www.empirica.com.

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