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Tim Morris

Vice President


Tim Morris is the Vice President of Go-to-Market at Elsevier, where he brings over 30 years of healthcare industry experience. He specializes in Knowledge Management, Clinical Decision Support and Hospital Workflow Solutions, with a focus on international markets. 

Tim began his professional career in healthcare as a Charge Nurse in London Emergency Departments, where he gained valuable experience in delivering patient care. He then moved on to research and management roles within the NHS, where he developed a deep understanding of healthcare delivery systems. Following this, he transitioned to direct sales and product development roles with a range of public and private health companies, where he honed his expertise in international opportunities for sales and partnerships in Clinical Decision Support. 

For the past eight years, Tim has been working at Elsevier, a global information analytics company that specializes in science, health, and technology content. In his role, has been recognized for his contributions to the healthcare industry, regularly speaking at conferences and contributing to publications on topics such as new models of care, nursing practice and clinical decision support. He is passionate about driving innovation and improving patient outcomes through the use of cutting-edge technology and data-driven insights.   Tim Morris obtained his BSc in Health Services from the University of Surrey.