Women in Health IT
Women in Health IT: Influential perspectives
Women in Health IT: What it means to be recognized as influential
(SPONSORED) Shareefa Alabdulmunem, Head of eServices at King Faisal Specialist Hospital, and Christina Caraballo, Senior Healthcare Strategist at Get Real Health, discuss what it means to receive the HIMSS Most Influential Women in Health IT Award.
Women in Health IT: Taking risks opens paths to opportunity
(SPONSORED) Karen Guice, Former Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs for the US DOD, advises women in health IT to see opportunity in the face of bad experiences and risk taking.
Women in Health IT: Finding "true north" on your career path
Karen DeSalvo and Carla Smith discuss the important differences between focusing on "what you want to be" and "what you want to do " in your career. Recorded at HIMSS17.
Marion Ball speaks to women entering health IT
Marion Ball, Ed.D, Professor Emerita at Johns Hopkins University, shares her experience coming up through the male-dominated health IT profession and offers advice to young women just entering the field.
(SESSION) Shattering the Glass Ceiling: Lessons Learned for Aspiring Female Executives
As a distinct profession with meaningful and well-paying careers, the health IT field has proven difficult for women to advance. This session hosts lessons learned, experiences, and counsel from executives who champion women in health IT.
Karen Desalvo and Suzi Grizancic on HIMSS17 Radio
(SPONSORED) HIMSS Radio guests Karen DeSalvo and Suzi Grizancic discuss the issues around gender diversity and quality in the health IT field and their involvement in the HIMSS Women in Health IT initiative.
EY supports Women in Health IT
(SPONSORED) Suzi Grizancic, Principal at EY, expresses the firms enthusiastic sponsorship of the Women in Health IT initiative and how it runs parallel to their our missions with gender parity and the advancement of women in leadership.
Verizon supports Women in Health IT
(SPONSORED) Helen Donnelly, Executive Director of Verizon Enterprise Solutions, explains the reasons behind Verizon’s sponsorship of the Women in Health IT initiative and their desire to be a driving force in advancing women in technical careers.
HIMSS17 Radio Clip: Denise Hines