Qforma Appoints New VP, Business Development

SANTA FE, N.M., Aug. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Qforma, the leading provider of healthcare data analytics and predictive modeling technology, today announced the appointment of Douglas Thiede to Vice President, Business Development. Doug comes to Qforma from Gerson Lehrman Group (GLG), where he was instrumental in driving growth in their life sciences business by establishing and expanding relationships with many of the largest pharmaceutical and medical device companies in the U.S.

"Doug joins our growing Qforma team with a 15 year background in sales, marketing, management, business development and product launches," said Al Reicheg, Chief Commercial Officer of Qforma. "He is an innovative and entrepreneurial strategist whose unique diversity of experience will bring significant value to our customers." 

Prior to GLG, Doug spent several years leading teams in the medical device industry at ABS Med and Source Surgical, where he represented over 15 medical device manufacturers and was responsible for growth across multiple product lines. He was also a sales executive with Aventis Pharmaceuticals (now sanofi-aventis), in the respiratory and diabetes divisions. Doug is a regularly featured panelist at healthcare industry conferences.

About Qforma
Qforma is a healthcare data analytics and predictive modeling company, and the leading provider of influence networking technologies identifying the drivers of revenue, market share and better healthcare outcomes.

Qforma is headquartered in Santa Fe, NM with offices in Princeton, NJ.  More information is available at http://www.Qforma.com 

Media Contacts:
Lisa Haley, Qforma
(505) 989-3558
[email protected]

Lauren Abel, MCS Healthcare Public Relations
(800) 477-9626, ext. 324 
[email protected] 

SOURCE Qforma

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