Business Developer – IT Systems Integration



As a Business Developer in healthcare integrations, your role will involve: 

  • supporting hospitals in complex integration issues;
  • monitoring national and international integration standards (KMEHR, HL7, IHE, DICOM, XDS…);
  • translating these into concrete and feasible solutions (design, development and support), in close cooperation with the rest of the team;
  • supporting the sales department;
  • In addition, you will search for integration-related services with which the company can strengthen its presence among existing clients.


  • You have completed a programme of further education (economics, marketing, business studies, computer science…) and have thorough knowledge of the integration standards in the healthcare sector.
  • You have strong analytical skills and subject every market opportunity to the SMART principle.
  • You are social, customer-focused and communicative.
  • Given the frequent client contacts, you must be able to express yourself clearly in Dutch, French and English.


  • Position with direct impact on Amaron’s continued growth
  • Opportunity to make an impact within the company.
  • A young, dynamic, no-nonsense yet relaxed environment.
  • Positive, people-oriented attitude where every personality has a place.
  • Commensurate salary, along with a company car and fringe benefits.

HL7 launches FHIR release 3


In March 2017, HL7 published the new FHIR Release 3 specification. It is the result of a lot of investment by the FHIR community, with hundreds of people processing more than 2400 change proposals over 18 months.

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Emmaüs hospital creates stable, controllable and budget-friendly communication environment with Mirth


Communication between different applications – both administrative and healthcare – was often fraught with difficulties for the hospitals of the Emmaüs care network in Belgium. And yet the existing communication platform carried a heavy price tag. The hospital group worked together with Amaron to find a future-proof and cost-efficient solution.

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Sint-Rembert and Sint-Augustinus hospitals share powerful MRI scanner… and Amaron takes care of the interfaces


In July, two Belgian hospitals – Sint-Rembert hospital in Torhout and Sint-Augustinus hospital in Veurne – jointly put into service a 6000-kg MRI with a 3-Tesla magnetic field. The more powerful the MRI magnetic field, the sharper the images, enabling visualization of back or brain injuries at an early stage. To house this powerful MRI, installed at the site in Veurne, a bunker had to be built to prevent other electronics in the hospital from being impacted. At the same time, the two hospitals’ RIS and PACS, from different suppliers, had to be integrated. The project was an ideal fit for Amaron.

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Amaron and Aucxis invite you at Health&Care, 28-30 September in Flanders Expo, Ghent


After winning an Agoria eHealth Award with the HIPS iMinds project, Amaron and Aucxis have continued their fruitful cooperation. The result? Track&Flow: an open, flexible and configurable track & trace workflow system that helps hospitals find a balance between minimum cost and maximum service delivery. Track&Flow combines track & trace technologies – such as RFID and barcode – with process design and a high-performing management platform. Would you like to get to know Track&Flow? Visit us at our booth at Health&Care, 28-30 September, Flanders Expo, Gent. 

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Customised Business Process Management for the healthcare sector*

Hospitals are increasingly working in a process-driven manner, in part due to the pressure of quality systems. Technologies such as Business Process Management (BPM) can be a solution when automating these processes, but until now it has almost exclusively been the major players who offered such tools and services.

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The East-Limburg Hospital rationalises EAI solutions with Mirth and Amaron

At the end of 2014, the East-Limburg Hospital decided to rationalise its existing Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) solutions. At the time, about 100 endpoints were being serviced by two products which primarily guaranteed report transformation within the various types of HL7 flows (patient information, results).

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IHE is preparing for the challenges of tomorrow

Every successful business started out small. That also applies to Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE). But since its founding in 1997, IHE has evolved into a worldwide initiative that advances interoperability of information systems in the health care sector.

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Plenty of work to be done!

High angle view of a group of doctors standing around a digital tablet

“A connected healthcare infrastructure, as a uniting factor between device safety, workflows, etc., aimed at promoting diagnosis, monitoring and prevention, is gaining in importance in the healthcare sector.” So says a new analysis by Frost & Sullivan. This same report shows that healthcare institutions still need to make a lot of headway in the area of connectivity.

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