Women In Health IT
The HIMSS17 roundtable focused on the influence women can have in the workplace with the award-winning professionals sharing ideas on next steps for the profession.
Posing for a photo at HIMSS16 is the group of women who started the ball rolling on recognizing the contributions women in health IT are making to the industry.
Women working in health IT are coming into their own and taking charge as CEOs, CIOs, Disrupter-in-Chief and other executive posts. Some are working to achieve salary parity in a sector where the gender gap persists – even today.
Women gathered Sept. 13 at the Summit of the Southeast for a reception to introduce and honor the women who will serve as judges for the HIMSS 1st Annual Most Influential Women in Health IT Awards.
HIMSS unveiled the Women in Health IT Awards program and named nine powerhouse leaders as judges. The lineup includes a health network executive director, an entrepreneur in residence, a CEO and there’s even an artist and advocate on the list.
The inaugural Women in Health IT reception at HIMSS16 was held on Tuesday night at Madame Tussauds in Las Vegas. Attendees took photos with wax figures -- like Nicholas Cage aobve -- and chatted over drinks at this important event.
Ever since 1849 female physicians across various specialties have been forging profound changes within the healthcare industry. Here's a look at where it all began and what some of the most accomplished women in medicine are up to today.
Although women account for nearly half of the U.S. labor force, they hold only a paltry 25 percent of senior health IT roles nationwide.
In health IT, it's a man's world. Although women account for nearly half of the U.S. labor force, they hold a paltry 25 percent of senior health IT roles nationwide.