Neil Jordan is the general manager of Health Worldwide for Microsoft. In this role, Jordan acts as chief strategist for the organization’s health industry initiatives worldwide, including defining and articulating the Microsoft vision for the future of healthcare and how Microsoft products, technologies and partner solutions will make it a reality.
Before assuming his current role, Jordan was the head of Healthcare at Microsoft U.K., where he was responsible for managing strategic operations and senior customer and partner relationships. He led the NHS National Programme for IT, the largest-ever civil IT procurement and the largest application delivery in Microsoft’s history, including managing close engagement with the U.K. government.
Prior to joining Microsoft in 2000, Jordan worked at IBM Software Group UK and for Lotus in the business communications and partner sales space.
Jordan obtained a bachelor of arts honors degree in archaeology and anthropology and a master of arts in biological anthropology from the University of Cambridge.
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