Women In Health IT

Cornell to provide paid internship experience for 200 CUNY female students studying computer science.

By 03:56 pm October 22, 2017
College offers 'Winternship' for up to 200 CUNY female students.
Women start their tech careers later than men, survey shows
By Bernie Monegain 02:14 pm October 22, 2017
Meanwhile, the number of men who now recognize IT as ‘unwelcoming’ for women has nearly doubled.

Stanford University aims to draw more women to global health leadership. Stanford University photo

By Bernie Monegain 12:56 pm October 22, 2017
The conference spotlights accomplishments of women working in global health and encourages next generation of leaders.

Providence Health and Services's Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer Amy Compton-Phillips, MD. Photo via providence.org

By Jessica Davis 02:25 pm October 16, 2017
EVP Amy Compton-Phillips says the West Coast health system is leveraging real-time data and informatics to improve patient outcomes, while reducing care costs.
Epic CEO Judy Faulkner
By Bernie Monegain 10:32 am October 06, 2017
A comprehensive health record, unlike today’s EHR, would incorporate more data types, notably social determinants, she says.
Women digital health CEOs

23andMe is led by CEO Anne Wojcicki.

By Jessica Davis 04:10 pm October 05, 2017
The average deal size for companies led by women CEOs was $31.4 million compared to $11.3 million for those with men CEOs in what is shaping up to be digital health’s biggest year of investments.
telehealth innovation

Sue Schade, current principal at StarBridge Advisors, speaking at HIMSS' Pop Health Forum in Chicago on Tuesday.

By Mike Miliard 03:36 pm October 04, 2017
Challenges tied to fostering innovation, breaking down department silos and EHR logjams have to be overcome, Sue Schade tells at this week’s Pop Health Forum.
diverse cybersecurity teams

“When security professionals have a broader lens through which to look at security, we’ll be able to provide better answers and support in protecting our systems,” said Mischel Kwon, CEO of MKACyber.

By Bill Siwicki 09:40 am September 28, 2017
Employing a diverse range of information security pros can help hospitals to more effectively relate to the enemies trying to attack them.
patient-centric care
By Jessica Davis 01:28 pm September 26, 2017
Lisa Stump opens up on how she directed a successful Epic rollout while driving population health and patient engagement strategies.

Ellen Pao talks about working with venture capitalist firm.

By Bernie Monegain 03:15 pm September 25, 2017
She lost her gender discrimination lawsuit, but bounced back to champion diversity and co-found Project Include.

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