Analyst Profile

Andrew Meyer

Andrew Meyer

Sr Director Analyst

2 years at Gartner,  29 years industry experience

Location:  United Kingdom  | Language(s):  English

Roles and Responsibilities

Andrew Meyer is a Senior Director, Analyst on the healthcare industry research team. His areas of expertise include: Digital Platforms (including EHR integration, data and analytics for population health purposes) Digital Health Platform strategy Design, Build, Deploy and Run national digital platforms for healthcare ecosystems and organizations. The role of digital giants in healthcare (SWOT analysis, capability analysis, platform components) The NHS digital market: vendors, technologies, strategy, policy, opportunities Major programme delivery and business case development for healthcare organizations Culture, organisation growth and development, and leadership as a CIO in a healthcare organization. Developing and contributing to an open healthcare digital ecosystem Prior to joining Gartner, he was the Director of Platforms at NHS Digital designing, developing, deploying and operating national IT and data services to support the NHS in England. Andrew has over 15 years experience of central healthcare IT development and has a deep understanding of the forces influencing healthcare delivery. He advises CIOs on how to select, implement and adapt technology and process to maximise quality and efficiency.


Previous Experience

Andrew led the Platform directorate at NHS Digital developing some of the key national platforms for the NHS in England including the NHS Spine, Data Platforms, Identity and Access Management and developed the 3 year platform strategy for the next generation of capabilities. He also led the first major programme to use Lean and Agile practices at scale into the organisation.

Professional Background

  • NHS Digital, Director of Platforms, 15 years


  • BA. Mathematics & Computer Science, Open University
  • MSc. Computer Science, Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Major Project Leadership Academy (MPLA) Oxford University

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