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Are you our new Health IT Sales Manager?

Do you want to help save lives - and reduce the development of resistance to antibiotics?

With us you will be responsible for

As a Sales Manager, your main responsibility lies within sales and you are strong in building long-term relationships with customers and partners. You will be part of an agile and very dynamic team.
Your key tasks will include


  • Sales, focused on acquiring new customers
  • “Hunting” and winning new deals including social media and phone calls
  • Business and contract negotiations with our international partners
  • Organization of- and participation in relevant conferences and events
  • Developing marketing and promotional materials, including our website and brochures

We expect you to have

You are an ideal candidate for this role if you have significant experience in leading a sales process and the execution of account strategies. We are looking for a person who can handle resistance and go for results despite difficulties - We value experience in the health care industry and with EU procurement. We expect you to have


  • An adaptive sales approach to offer customers value-added services proactively
  • Strong credibility to work with CxO level management, professors, infectious-disease specialists
  • An interest in and a desire to learn more about infectious diseases and microbiology
  • Experience in demanding contract negotiations and sales projects

As a person you are

We are looking for a curious person with excellent language skills in both written and spoken English. You are self-motivated and interested in establishing solutions for customers.
You are customer-focused, and able to seek ways to add value and benefits for the customer’s business. You are able to build an extensive network. You are a proactive and result-oriented team player with an approach that generates great results, and your high integrity guarantees excellent quality in your work.

We offer

Treat Systems offers you a challenging position with freedom and responsibility. If you have the desire and ambition, Treat Systems offers opportunities for personal and professional development in strategic selling, leadership, and business. You will work with a highly skilled team, who all strive to support you in achieving the best results and create value for Treat Systems' customers! Our record of accomplishment currently includes implementation of solutions in Denmark and Israel. From our office in Aalborg, we offer you the chance to make a difference. You will have the opportunity of providing new IT solutions, services and products that benefit not only our customers, but also the whole society.

About us

Our development of TREAT Steward™ is driven by the desire to improve the treatment of patients with infections, while maintaining the effectiveness of current antimicrobials for the treatment of future generations.
Treat Systems is focused on developing and market a software solution for improving treatment of infectious patients. TREAT Steward™ combines and supports all aspects of antimicrobial therapy in clinical practice. Our expertise lies in understanding both the clinical- and the technical aspects of antimicrobial stewardship. We combine this knowledge into innovative product development for the benefit of patients, clinicians, hospitals, and society. Treat Systems has extensive knowledge of- and experience with health informatics, decision support and data mining technologies and uses this to provide the best and most comprehensive “Antimicrobial Stewardship” solution on the market.

Contact for this job

Please send your application to or contact CEO Mads Lause Mogensen for further information by phone: +45 25484439 or by e-mail: mm@TreatSystems.com


New Job Opportunity

Treat Systems at ECCMID

Treat Systems was present at the 25th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ECCMID 2015) in Copenhagen.


Treat Systems at ECCMID

New location for Treat Systems

Treat System is moving to new premises. After more than 7 years, the address at Lyngvej 8 is now changed to Hasserisvej 125 in Aalborg.


New location for Treat Systems

TREAT won the Innovation Exchange Pitching Contest” at conhIT

As part of the Danish stand at the conhIT exhibition in Berlin, 6-8 May 2014, TREAT was one of 8 start-ups and project initiatives, selected by the Danish project “Innovation Exchange” to participate at the fair and be part of the competition to provide the best pitch of their product. Behind the competition and ”Innovation Exchange” is Medico Innovation, BioMed Community, Innovation Express, the Agency for Science and MedTech Innovation Center MTIC. The contest was open to students and employees at Danish universities and university colleges as well as start-ups. The selection of projects was based on originality, business potential and scalability, and the ideas were tested against the criteria:


  • Is the idea innovative and solves the problem?
  • Is there a good business case?
  • Is there a good plan?

…and TREAT Steward won!


Treat systems won the innovation Exchange with TREAT Steward

Rabin Medical Center acquires TREAT to improve the treatment of infections

Rabin Medical Center recently signed an agreement to install TREAT. Rabin Medical Center expects a reduction of deaths related to infections, a reduction in the length of stay in the hospital, and a marked reduction in the consumption of broad-spectrum antibiotics.

The CEO of Rabin Medical Center in Tel Aviv, Dr. Eyran Halpern signed the agreement in the presence of Morten Østergaard, the Danish minister of research, innovation and higher education. Dr. Halpern states that “the clinical trial of TREAT at Rabin Medical Center indicates that the use of TREAT can improve the treatment of patients with bacterial infections, resulting in many saved lives and a substantial reduction in bed-days.” Prof. Leonard Leibovici, one of the developers of TREAT adds “we also expect that TREAT can help us reduce the consumption of broad-spectrum antibiotics. This will slow down the development of bacterial resistance to antibiotics and help us ensure that we also in the future can provide our patients with efficient antibiotic treatments”.

Dr. Vered Shalev, daughter of the late Eli Hurvitz of Teva Pharmaceuticals, has declared that improved treatment of infections is of interest to the Hurvitz Foundation and that the Foundation may support the installation of TREAT at Rabin Medical Center and in several hospitals in Northern Israel. If the results from the clinical trial conducted at Rabin Medical Center holds for other Israeli hospitals, then the installation of TREAT in four hospitals will save about 500 lives every year.


Antimicrobial stewardship is now avilable at Rabin Medical center
Signing the contract between Rabin Medical center and Treat Systems

Prof. Leonard Leibovici Doctor Honoris Causa at Aalborg University

When Aalborg University celebrated its 38th birthday, Professor Leonard Leibovici from the Faculty of Medicine at Tel Aviv University in Israel was nominated as Doctor Honoris Causa. He gets credit for his research within medical decision support, where he and Professor Steen Andreassen, AAU, stand behind the system, TREAT.

Prof. Leibovici is a professor at the Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, where he is Vice-dean of the Faculty, and Head of the School of Medicine.
He is a Senior Editor for the Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, and served on the editorial board of the British Medical Journal for 5 years. Professor Leibovici chaired the Israel National Appeal Committee on Drug Registration, and served for many years on research ethics committees.

He has more than 200 publications in peer-reviewed journals, among them JAMA, BMJ, Annals of Internal Medicine, Archives of Internal Medicine, Lancet Infectious Diseases, Journal of Clinical Oncology and the Cochrane Library.

His research changed international guidelines for management of cancer patients with neutropenia, and antimicrobial management of other infections. For example, his research showed that the combination of a beta-lactam and an aminoglycoside that was in common use has no benefit and actually harms patients; and pointed at antimicrobials (Cefepime and Tigecycline) that are less effective than others. He made a valuable contribution to the understanding of the ethics of antimicrobial treatment.

His main research interests are computerized decision support, antimicrobial treatment, and evidence-based medicine. His interest in computerized decision support is the main reason for his nomination as Doctor Medicinae Honoris Causa. His research in this area has changed clinical practice: together with Steen Andreassen he developed the first computerized decision support system that spans a whole medical domain (that of bacterial infections) and was shown to improve patients’ outcome in clinical practice in a multinational randomized trial. The decision support system (TREAT) has been made commercially available and is implemented in clinical practice. This is a landmark, both in the area of medical decision support and in the treatment of infectious diseases.

The system, which is in use at hospitals, is designed to give guidance for antimicrobial treatment of severe infections. Each antimicrobial is connected with a number of costs as adverse effects, price and developed resistance. TREAT supports the selection of the treatment that provides the best weighting between mortality and costs.

Brains Business Award

Treat System’s Chief Scientific Officer, Prof. Steen Andreassen was awarded the prestigious 2011 Brains Business Award. It was awarded in recognition of his ability to put ideas from his research into clinical- and commercial use.


Steen Andreassen won Brains Business

Danish Minister of Health and Interior Affairs

Three Danish Flags “Dannebrog” were flying in celebration and anticipation of the arrival of 25 guests at the head offices of Treat Systems in Aalborg.

The Danish Minister of Health and Internal Affairs, Bertel Haarder accompanied by several high-ranking civil servants from the Ministry, from the Danish Health Care governing boards, from hospital management and the dean of the faculty of Health Sciences, Aalborg University visited Treat Systems on March 25, 2011.

Mr. Bertel Haarder has a keen interest in reducing the pace of the development of resistance to antimicrobial drugs, and, of course, to increasing patient treatment effectiveness while seeking ways to reduce hospital expenditures. The Minister was pleased to ascertain that TREAT provides a solution for all of these from a presentation by Professor, Dr. Tech. Steen Andreassen, Chief Attending Physician Gorm Lisby Hvidovre University Hospital, and Jesper Drejet, CEO, Treat Systems.

Product of the Year Award

The leading Scandinavian engineering magazine, “Ingeniøren” has in June 2010 selected TREAT to be nominated “The best IT product of the Year 2010 Award”