Women In Health IT

Businesswomen talking.
By HIMSS Women in Health IT 10:00 am August 27, 2019
According to results from the 2019 HIMSS Europe Annual Women in Health IT survey “discrimination of women executives in Health IT decreases by 11% compared to last year”. Join us to learn more about the findings of this year’s survey and hear from women across Europe on their interpretations of the survey results. The webinar...
By HIMSS Women in Health IT 02:00 pm January 31, 2019
Lisa Suennen, co-founder of CSweetener, a not-for-profit dedicated to propelling senior women in healthcare forward and into the C-Suite, explores how Mentorship, Networking, and Visibility not only brings new and different perspectives and fresh thinking, it creates value and strengthens one's personal brand, and also opens the door for new...
By HIMSS Learning Center 12:00 pm September 27, 2018
In this webinar, we hear from three women who have established themselves as influential thought-leaders amongst their male colleagues working with blockchain technology.
By Verizon 01:00 pm June 13, 2018
The chance of experiencing pay disparity is greatest for female and non-white workers, according to results from the 2018 HIMSS U.S. Compensation Survey.  
By Verizon 10:30 am April 08, 2018
Join this webinar to understand how women leaders solve problems, share ideas and engage with their community and explore how they transformed from mentees to mentors and leaders in the field. We'll also examine the improvements the panelists made to interoperability, care delivery, public policy, and health information technology education.
By Verizon 11:00 am January 16, 2018
Join HIMSS to find out more about HIMSS18 networking and mentorship opportunities, as well as get introduced to the 2017 Most Influential Women in Health IT award recipients.
By HIMSS Learning Center 11:00 am October 06, 2017
In this session, leading women change makers will illustrate how one can advocate for policy change and outline from their experience the critical success factors needed to demonstrate leadership in practice to shape the national health IT landscape.
By Carla Smith 11:58 am February 02, 2017
Carla Smith, executive vice president of HIMSS, will lead a discussion with the the inaugural recipients of the HIMSS’s Most Influential Women in Health IT Award. Topics include problem solving, innovation, mentorship, interoperability, care delivery.

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