All of Us: My Experience with NIH’s Precision Medicine Study

Camille White, MD shares her experience as part of the National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program, which aims to study the health of 1 million people over a 10-year period. Using Community Outreach, Precision Medicine and EHRs to Impact Healthcare The National Institutes of Health All of Us Research Program is an innovative […]

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Ladders vs Challenges: Career Motivations Vary Between Men and Women in Health IT

As someone who has frequently been the sole female at the executive table, I’m acutely aware of the need to bring additional qualified female candidates into the field of healthcare IT. Each year, our firm conducts a market-wide Healthcare IT Careers and Compensation study that affords us an opportunity to explore trends related to professional […]

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Data Waterfalls Lead to Diversity at Health Datapalooza

The 9th annual Health Datapalooza conference kicked off last Wednesday in Washington, DC – rated the best city in the US for working women by MagnifyMoney. Salaries, compensation and strategies to help women in health IT negotiate for what they’re worth (and then some) were on my mind as the #healthITchicks pre-conference session, “Meeting, Leading […]

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