Nandini Ramani Outcome Health

Nandini Ramani, now CEO of Outcome Health, is tasked with strengthening the company’s current tech model and expanding its reach.

The Former VP of Engineering for Twitter opened up about her plans for her new role with the tech unicorn, which include working directly with providers, pharma, patients and payers to improve patient care.

September 11, 2017
google gender-based discrimination suit
September 15, 2017
Three former employees say they were assigned to positions that paid them less than their male colleagues.
Women in health IT call Ivanka Trump out of touch with gender equality

Ivanka Trump at a meeting on behalf of the White House on Aug. 2. Photo via Twitter

August 30, 2017
The rule was seen as an essential step in helping to close the pay gap in the workplace and in various sectors.
Twitter engineer Nandini Ramani

Nandini Ramani is charged with scaling and strengthening the Outcome Health’s technology platform along with its custom-made tablets.

August 28, 2017
Dubbed one of the sharpest engineers today, Nandini Ramani is charged with building up the company’s patient engagement tech.
Epic CEO Judy Faulkner
August 25, 2017
CEO ranks 73rd among 100 billionaires in tech, according to the publication.
women's healthcare
August 24, 2017
Women have a lot at stake in the fight over the future of healthcare and are more likely to be poor and depend on Medicaid and plan healthcare coverage for the whole family.  

Reshma Saujani is out with a book aimed at reaching more girls with her message to give coding a whirl.

August 22, 2017
Penquin introduces ‘The Friendship Code,’ a coding workshop for ages 8-12.

Only 22 percent of young women name technology as one of their favorite subjects in school, compared to 46 percent of boys.

August 22, 2017
Although children between the ages of 11 and 14 years old demonstrate a high level of interest and skills in STEM ­– science, technology, engineering and math – their interest dwindles as they get older, according to new research from Randstad, a global human resources firm.

Marian J. Ball, senior adviser at IBM Research, accepts a Most Influential Women in Health IT Award at HIMSS17.

August 17, 2017
Nominations for the HIMSS Most Influential Women in Health IT Awards, will close on August 28 at 11:59 p.m. Central Time.
Dr. Brett Giroir
August 10, 2017
The Texas physician is the president’s choice for assistant secretary of health but Senate Democrats say Giroir’s testimony left them skeptical that he would support women’s health programs.
women doctor burnout

U.S. Air Force photo by Tech Sgt. Scott Johnson

August 08, 2017
As more women enroll in medical school, hospitals should be adding diversity to have a positive impact on physician engagement, quality of care, performance and workplace culture, researchers said.

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