New recruit will help identify growth opportunities for connected healthcare software provider
Wellbeing Software has announced that Robert Miller has been appointed company chief executive as of 7 March.
Miller brings a proven track record of more than 30 years scaling health software companies both in the UK and internationally, running a broad array of global functions as a commercial and regional general manager focused on driving growth.
A target-driven business leader with a technical background, he has significant experience in healthcare solution commercialisation and direct management experience across a wide range of healthcare businesses, forging strong partnerships in the health and diagnostics markets.
He joins Wellbeing, part of The Citadel Group, from Allscripts, where he was responsible for commercial operations across all non-US businesses.
Previous senior positions include senior vice president of sales and marketing at Clinithink, and group commercial director at iSOFT, one of the world’s leading providers of innovative healthcare software, where he established operations in Asia and rose to become managing director for North America and group commercial director.
Mark McConnell, chief executive of The Citadel Group, said: “Robert’s appointment follows a rigorous recruitment process, and we firmly believe that he is ideally placed at the helm of Wellbeing as we continue the rapid growth of our business both in the UK and abroad.
“Robert brings extensive experience in improving both patient and customer outcomes on a global scale as well as a strong background in driving growth of large international healthcare businesses.”
Commenting on his appointment, Miller added: “Wellbeing Software has earnt a solid reputation for delivering a connected suite of enterprise health software to NHS trusts across the UK and the HSE in Ireland.
“I am looking forward to working with the innovative team, continuing to provide the highest-quality service for our customers and identifying and executing new growth opportunities.”