Exec Reshuffle At Philips UKI
This article was originally published in Clinica
Neil Mesher, managing director of Philips UK & Ireland’s professional health business, is now CEO of the overall Philips UKI division. In his expanded role, Mesher will be responsible for both the Health Systems and Personal Health units that make up Philips UKI. His experience in both healthcare and the consumer markets is aligned with Philips’ merger of its consumer and healthcare portfolio to create HealthTech, a business that aims to provide products that stretch across the whole healthcare continuum, from healthy living through to prevention and treatment.
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