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He has worked on the sharing and exchange of clinical information in healthcare since 1992 after a successful period in helping to establish the basis for today?s worldwide communications infrastructure. He was formally recognized at a recent ceremony at Stanford University as one of the 25 founders of the Internet. After having initially contributed to healthcare projects through his own consultancy, he has more recently become more directly associated with the NHS National Programme through working for an LSP and as the Integration Strategist for Cerner UK he had the responsibility for all information sharing in the acute sector at site, regional and national spine level for all of Cerner?s current and planned installations in London and the South. He is now working as an Independent Consultant. He became involved with HL7 at an early stage of the HL7 V3 development and was a founder member of HL7 UK, where he has been a Board Member for a number of years