Women In Health IT

Philips Wellcentive’s Business Leader Niki Buchanan
By Jessica Davis 02:35 pm November 19, 2018
Philips Wellcentive’s Business Leader Niki Buchanan also gives tips for women working in the health IT industry.
Innovation Factory’s Alaa Chalabi
By Laura Lovett 02:29 pm November 19, 2018
Innovation Factory’s Alaa Chalabi talks using wearables to detect sleep disorders and snoring habits at WISH in Doha, Qatar last week.
The MITRE Corporation's Kristina Sheridan.
By Laura Lovett 04:57 pm November 02, 2018
Both the clinician and the patient hold an important piece to the care puzzle, according to Kristina Sheridan, head of the enterprise strategy and transformation department at the nonprofit MITRE Corporation. 
MIT's Cynthia Breazeal.

Photo by Christopher Huang.

By Laura Lovett 04:43 pm November 02, 2018
MIT's Cynthia Breazeal is developing "social robots" that could help care for patient's emotional wellbeing.
Judy Faulkner women in health IT
By John Sharp 05:58 pm October 29, 2018
Epic’s CEO encouraged women to forget the glass ceiling and use the fact that they are not men to their advantage.
Lucia Savage headshot
By Jessica Davis 12:52 pm October 24, 2018
To Health2047’s Lúcia Soares, the political climate has increased awareness around challenges and highlighted work that remains due to unconscious bias.

Cathy Wolfe, Wolters Kluwer health learning, research and practice CEO and president

By Jessica Davis 01:24 pm October 23, 2018
To Wolters Kluwer executive Cathy Wolfe, the shift into value-based care requires lifelong learning bolstered by new technologies that will prepare them for the evolving tech landscape.
By Dean Koh 01:50 am October 19, 2018
Spanning a long and varied three decade career in military medicine with the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) and Australian Defence Force (ADF), Air Vice-Marshal (AVM) Tracy Smart demonstrated her versatility and capabilities in both local and overseas appointments in places such as the
business woman talking to group of people
By Susan Morse 08:00 am October 09, 2018
Emerging CNIO position increases the number of women in healthcare IT roles but there are fewer CIOs and the pay gap persists.
Lucia Savage
By Jessica Davis 12:04 pm October 05, 2018
Former ONC Privacy Chief and Omada Health Chief Privacy and Regulatory Officer Lucia Savage shares both her concerns and her hope for the industry when it comes to the dreaded data sharing.

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