25-women-leaders-in-healthcare-softwareThe Healthcare Technology Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Women Leaders in Healthcare Software of 2020. These women exemplify achievement in a hyper competitive industry that seeks to have profound impact across national and global communities. The importance of their leadership roles is paramount particularly as healthcare providers increasingly rely on data and technology to improve the way care is delivered. By dedicating themselves to their chosen field, through decades of expanding expertise and capabilities, these are the women leaders most respected and admired in healthcare software. They were selected based on nominations from peers and colleagues as well as a detailed review of the leadership roles they have held, longevity in the field, technical expertise, and business acumen among other factors.

Topping this year’s list are Dr. Denise Basow, CEO of Clinical Effectiveness at Wolters Kluwer, Health, Kumsal Bayazit, CEO of Elsevier, and Laura Mensch, Vice President of TELUS Health and Payment Solutions. Dr. Basow has over 30 years of clinical and business experience leading high-performing teams and driving growth. She was appointed as CEO in 2015, after an almost 20-year tenure at UpToDate, which Wolters Kluwer acquired in 2008.

Notably, a select number of women leaders have excelled in leveraging their breadth of experience towards effectively growing their organizations. They include Andrea Kowalski of Kareo, Trisha Coady of HealthStream, Brandi Davis-Dusenbery of Seven Bridges Genomics, Anita Dressel of Teletracking, Rhonda Collins of Vocera Communications, Heather George of Patientco, Irene Froehlich of DrFirst, Marjon Harvey of DrChrono, Amy Cassata of Swift Medical, and Tiphany Lopez of Aesthetic Record.

This year’s list is comprised of exceptional leaders, strategists, visionaries, and managers, of large healthcare software companies, fast growing startups and expertly-run operations. Each woman leader who made this year’s list demonstrated unique skill in helping to lead her company. Congratulations to each of the Top 25 Women Leaders in Healthcare Software of 2020. The full list of awardees can be viewed at https://thehealthcaretechnologyreport.com/

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