Scott Turner Joins IntelliDyne as Healthcare IT Business Development Senior Director

IntelliDyneLogoScott Turner, a 27-year veteran in government business development and electronic engineering, has joined IntelliDyne LLC as senior director of healthcare information technology business development.

He will work to capture healthcare IT business opportunities within Defense Department and civilian agency markets, IntelliDyne said Friday.

Turner most recently served as vice president of business development at Microtech, where he was responsible for the defense and civilian healthcare vertical market, after he held the role of business development senior director at Level 3 Communications (NYSE: LVLT).

Turner worked at IBM’s (NYSE: IBM) A74/370 miniature mainframe technology facility for four years before he held various professional services, sales and management positions at Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) for five years.

He also served as business development senior director at Qwest Communications (NYSE: Q), which was acquired by CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL).

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