Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Stump Named One Of HIMSS’ Most Influential Women Room at the Top

In the IT world there seems to be less 'glass ceiling'. Many women are CIO's and/or recognized as top influencers.  Lisa Stump, CIO at Yale New Haven Health and Yale School of Medicine, was among the seven recipients of HIMSS’ Most Influential Women in Health IT Award.



Lisa Stump, CIO at Yale New Haven Health and Yale School of Medicine, was among the seven recipients of HIMSS’ Most Influential Women in Health IT Award.
The designation is part of a new initiative designed to address the gender gap in health IT and the need for more recognition of women sector-wide, according to HIMSS. The winners, who were decided by a panel of female industry leaders, include:



  • Karen DeSalvo, MD, MPH, MSc, Acting Assistant Secretary of Health, HHS
  • Marion J. Ball, EdD, Senior Advisor, IBM-Center for Computational Health, and Professor Emerita, Johns Hopkins University
  • Christina Caraballo, Senior Healthcare Strategist, Get Real Health
  • Karen Guice, MD, Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, US Department of Defense
  • Rachelle Blake, CEO and Managing Director, Omni Med Solutions, Germany
  • Shareefa Al Abulmonem, MSc, Head of eServices, King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center, Saudi Arabia

Stump and her fellow recipients will be honored at a dinner during the upcoming HIMSS conference in Orlando, Fla.







Stump Named One Of HIMSS’ Most Influential Women | healthsystemcio.com

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