Having an influential role as a woman in healthcare information technology means making an impact and influencing healthcare systems for the public good, says Katie Stebbins, Massachusetts’ assistant secretary of innovation, technology and entrepreneurship.

There are many options from which to choose in deciding how to make a difference, Stebbins told attendees at Health Data Management’s Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT Conference in Boston. Options could include championing cyber security innovation, providing needed care to underserved communities and fostering entrepreneurship.

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