Women In Health IT
The pandemic has underlined the importance of nurses working together and ensuring we are better prepared for any future crisis, as highlighted during the 'European Nurses Facing COVID-19' webinar hosted by HIMSS.
A gender-equal world can be healthier, wealthier and more harmonious – what's not great about that? For this year's International Women's Day, three HIMSS Future50 leaders share their thoughts.
For International Women's Day, NHS Digital executive director of product development Wendy Clark outlines her journey into healthcare IT.
Now more than ever, networking is key to getting ahead.
Public health advocate and recipient of the HIMSS Most Influential Women in Health IT Award, Jessican Kahn, shares stories from her career and the impact health IT can have on population health.
Women-only spaces facilitate the kinds of conversations and sharing that can lead to informal mentoring relationships.
HIMSS is conducting a short survey to determine what challenges women face and what opportunities they have leveraged along their career path.
These award recipients represent the highest standards of leadership and are respected and recognized as role models to peers in the field.These award recipients represent the highest standards of leadership and is respected and recognized as a role model to peers in the field.
Most physician practices and hospitals in the U.S. have installed electronic health records. In a classic Field of Dreams scenario, we have made patients’ medical records digital, but people aren’t asking for them or accessing them en masse.
Allowing patients to become partners with practitioners in their care is where an effective wellness plan and prevention starts.