women in health IT #metoo

Strasburger & Price's Corinne Smith opens up about the #MeToo movement, and the need to address other issues still plaguing women in the workforce.

April 09, 2018
Equal Pay Day

Credit: Adam Berry, Getty Images

April 10, 2018
HIMSS latest compensation survey found that females are paid 18 percent less than males for the same or similar work responsibilities.
controlling clinical costs

Kim Ingram is the chief nursing officer at HealthEdge. Credit: HealthEdge

March 27, 2018
As the healthcare model changes, data needs to be embedded into the plan or system to drive the clinical experience, Kim Ingram said.
UPMC executive Pamela Peele
March 16, 2018
The UPMC executive is leading more than a few cutting-edge projects at the health system.
Women in Health IT roundtable at HIMSS18.

Women in Health IT hosted a roundtable at HIMSS18.

March 13, 2018
From Eric Schmidt’s “Dr. Liz” idea to influential women being recognized, women in health IT were in full force at the conference.
Most Influential Women in Health IT

Vice Admiral Raquel C. Bono, MD, Director of Defense Health Agency, speaking at the Women in Health IT Roundtable at HIMSS18 on Wednesday.

March 08, 2018
An engaged group gathers for the third annual roundtable discussion at HIMSS18.
CMS interoperability

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator Seema Verma speaking at HIMSS18 on Tuesday.

March 06, 2018
The government-wide MyHealthEData initiative is led by the White House Office of American Innovation.
patient experience

Adrienne Boissy, chief experience officer at Cleveland Clinic Health System, speaking at HIMSS18 on Monday.

March 05, 2018
Health systems and technology developers need to design better, more humane experiences for patients and clinicians alike, said Adrienne Boissy at the HIMSS18 Patient Engagement & Experience Summit.
Women in Health IT

Amelie Korant is the deputy chief information officer for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office of the Inspector General.

February 27, 2018
Amelie Koran opens up on her mission to support other women and LGBT members in the government, and pushing to make security leadership roles more diverse.
value-based care

Wolters Kluwer Health CEO Diana Nole

February 27, 2018
While value-based care is often seen as a challenge, Diana Nole feels it’s an opportunity to shift into improving outcomes and improving quality.
Salary gap: Pay for women not keeping pace with job responsibility
February 27, 2018
Women are still badly underrepresented in information and technology fields, among others. And the pay gaps are widest in fields where female managers dominate.

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