As Nortel's Chief Architect for Healthcare Solutions, Laurence is a key member of the Nortel Healthcare business development team.
works with Healthcare organizations and Nortel sales teams in the US, Canada, Asia and other regions to develop business strategies and advanced healthcare ICT solutions for improving the effectiveness and efficiency of healthcare organizations.
The Chief Architect role involves driving the evolution of Nortel's
Healthcare Solutions portfolio, based on customer needs, working with Nortel development teams, Nortel PLM teams, eco-system partners and with universities.
Laurence's ICT solutions experience spans healthcare, RFID, residential broadband, voice over IP, fibre-to-the home/curb, high speed access, streaming video, etc.
In 2008, Laurence was a member of the 2008 Canadian Government's e-Health and Tele-health ICT Trade Mission to Northern Europe (seven countries).
At the SDC 2008 "Let's Talk" user conference, in Manchester, New Hampshire, USA, Laurence
made a presentation on "Solutions for Building Communications Enabled Healthcare Systems".
In Quebec City, Canada at the 2007 e-Health Conference, Laurence
presented a poster session on "Solutions for Building Collaborative and Efficient Healthcare Networks".
Laurence is also a member of the Waterloo Institute for Health Informatics Research (WIHIR) Industry Advisory Panel.
has seven pending Healthcare ICT patents and has received 11 US and Canadian patents in ICT and other fields.
Laurence holds a Master's degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor's degree in Engineering.
Laurence A. J. Beaulieu