HIMSS eExecutive Mentors Spotlighted

By Helen Figge
08:19 AM

Happy 2013! We survived another year of career ups, downs and reflections.  But make no mistake, this will be your year of personal career success because the only rate limiting step is your inability to see where you want your career to be, go and grow in 2013.  And to point you in the right direction, HIMSS has continued its excellence in providing you access to nationally recognized thought leaders in the healthcare IT industry.  So, if you haven’t already tuned into this social media mentor exchange, now is the time for you to take advantage of this career coaching with nationally recognized individuals; see how they think, handle problems, issues and topics we are all facing today in healthcare IT career paths.  More importantly, pick up some “career survival tools”.  These career pointers can help us all regardless of our current career stature.  These mentors listed herein are the best of the best – chosen and requested by you, our HIMSS members, to have access and opportunity to gain insights into the minds of those who have “walked the walk” of health IT career successes.  So, the following eExecutive mentors are acknowledged:

Click on an eExecutive mentor to view their bio.


By creating this eExecutive Mentoring Program, HIMSS Career Services strives to strengthen our members' abilities to get connected to industry leaders focusing on healthcare IT and management systems.  These mentors support the various levels of our HIMSS members and in the various stages of a health IT career.  This is your year for career success.  Mark your calendar and get ready to find that career path you seem destined to create and cultivate.  HIMSS Career Services can enable you to discover your career path so check out the various offerings at your fingertips.  And don’t forget to sign up for the Career Services Institute offering on soft and transferable skills at our Annual Conference in New Orleans.  There is no fee for attending this one day event, but seating is limited.

And remember...Be passionate about your career path and strive to make a difference and learn, learn...learn.  Technology is only the enabler; individuals will be the “transformers” of health IT in the years to come!