Dirk Colaert (Damme, 1955) is a Belgian medical doctor and manager of the Advanced Clinical Application Research group at Agfa.
He graduated as an MD at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in 1980. Dirk Colaert started his career as a general practitioner and in 1983 founded the medical software company Aladin Computing where he developed medAr, an Electronic Medical Record software program. In 1990, he started working full time for his company and discontinued his medical practice. His company was acquired by Agfa HealthCare in 2000 where he continued his career, first as team lead of the medAr development team, then as software architect and manager of the Advanced Clinical Application Research group at Agfa. He works on community healthcare and semantic web technology to create an Adaptable Clinical Workflow.
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