HDM names 2019 class of Most Powerful Women in HIT

Health Data Management has named 50 women to this year’s list of the Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT.

Health Data Management has named 50 women to this year’s list of the Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT.

This is the fourth year that HDM has sponsored its program to recognize the top women in healthcare IT leadership positions across the country.

Nominations for the program were sought earlier in the year. HDM editorial staff weighed those nominations, and also brought their own nominations to the process.

Here are the 2019 honorees of the Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT.

CIOs/Healthcare IT Executives

Pamela Arora, senior vice president/CIO, Children’s Health System of Texas

Kelley Barry, senior clinical applications analyst, VCU Health

Bobby Byrne, MD, senior vice president/CIO, Advocate Aurora Health

Myra Davis, senior vice president/CIO, Texas Children’s Hospital

Anika Gardenhire, AVP digital transformation, Intermountain Healthcare

Maia Hightower, CMIO, University of Utah Health

Liz Johnson, chief innovation officer, Tenet Healthcare

Kelly Jones, clinical informatics manager, Stamford Health

Rose Ann Laureto, CIO, Gundersen Health System

Tabitha Lieberman, SVP, clinical and revenue cycle applications, Providence St. Joseph Health

Jennifer Liebermann, director of the Garfield Innovation Center, Kaiser Permanente

Julie Massey, CMIO, Einstein Healthcare Network

Sheree McFarland, division CIO, West Florida Division, HCA Healthcare

Geraldine McGinty, MD, chair of American College of Radiology and assistant professor of radiology, Weill Cornell Medical College

Pamela McNutt, senior vice president/CIO, Methodist Health System

Theresa Meadows, senior vice president/CIO, Cook Children’s Health Care System

Karen Murphy, executive vice president and chief innovation officer, Geisinger

Kristin Myers, senior vice president of information technology, Mount Sinai Health System

Natalie Pageler, MD, CMIO, Stanford Children’s Health

Sheryl Rose, senior vice president/CIO, Catholic Health Initiatives
Laura Smith, CIO, UnityPoint Health

Michelle Stansbury, vice president of IT and innovation, Houston Methodist Hospital

Lisa Stump, senior vice president and CIO, Yale New Haven Health System and Yale School of Medicine

Deanna Wise, CIO, Banner Health

Jean Wright, MD, chief innovation officer, Atrium Health

HIT Thought Leaders

Molly Coye, board member, ConsejoSano

Helen Figge, chief strategy officer, MedicaSoft

Jan Lee, CEO, Delaware Health Information Network

Beth Mahan, executive vice president, Atlas Research

Sue Schade, principal, StarBridge Advisors

Katherine Schneider, MD, CEO and president, Delaware Valley ACO

Carla Smith, CEO, Carla Smith Health

Sheri Stoltenberg, founder and CEO, Stoltenberg Consulting

Wylecia Wiggs Harris, CEO, American Health Information Management Association

Mariann Yeager, CEO, The Sequoia Project

HIT Vendor Executives

Therasa Bell, president and chief technology officer, Kno2

Lindy Benton, CEO and president, Vyne

Rhonda Collins, chief nursing officer, Vocera Communications

Judy Faulkner, CEO and founder, Epic

Angie Franks, CEO, Central Logic

Cindy Gaines, chief nursing officer, population health management, Philips

Michelle Hoiseth, chief data officer and corporate vice president, Parexel International

Heather Jordan Cartwright, general manager of healthcare NExT, Microsoft

Sita Kapoor, CIO, HealthEC

Lisa Khorey, executive vice president and chief client delivery officer, Allscripts

Angela Lanning, COO of informatics and technology services, Premier

Diana Nole, CEO, Wolters Kluwer Health

Lauren O’Donnell, global vice president, IBM Watson Health Life Science Industry

Lygeia Ricciardi, chief transformation officer, Carium

Carrie Romandine, vice president platform management, RevSpring

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