Infor recognizes powerful women in healthcare IT from Health Data Management

June 1, 2017


Health Data Management recently released its list of Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT for 2017. We are pleased to announce that Infor partners with the majority of the organizations where these women work—women who are driving technology and innovation forward for the healthcare IT world. There are 75 women on the list, which is made up of three categories: IT executives working at healthcare provider organizations, IT thought leaders, and IT vendor executives. Health Data Management solicited nominations from its readers, and also had editors review each candidate’s qualifications to finalize and compile the final list.

It’s exciting to see that the presence of women in leadership positions in HIT is growing and we hope that this will provide inspiration to the next generation as technology reshapes how healthcare is managed and delivered.

Congratulations to the following CIOs and HIT executives on the list who work with Infor:

Mary Alice Annecharico, SVP/CIO, Henry Ford Health System

Pamela Arora, SVP/CIO, Children’s Health System of Texas

Kimberly Lynn Baker, director of analytics, New York Presbyterian Hospital

Angela Burgess, CIO, Randolph Hospital

Bobbie Byrne, EVP/Chief medical and quality officer, Edward Elmhurst Health

Mitzi Cardenas, SVP/CIO, Truman Medical Centers

Myra Davis, CIO, Texas Children’s Hospital

Liz Devereux, IT director, infrastructure design and support, Banner Health

Nancy Evans, CIO (hospitals), Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Tina Esposito, vice president of the center for health information services, Advocate Health Care

Beth Grimes, director of enterprise analytics, Gwinnett Medical Center

Jessica Grosset, vice chair, department of IT, infrastructure and operations, Mayo Clinic

Donna Hart, CIO, Cook County Health & Hospitals System

Maia Hightower, chief medical information officer, The University of Iowa Health Care

Kyle Johnson, System VP/CIO, Eastern Maine HealthCare

Liz Johnson, CIO, acute care hospitals and applied clinical informatics, Tenet Healthcare

Rebecca Kaul, chief innovation officer, MD Anderson

Kara Marx, VP information services, Sharp HealthCare

Pamela McNutt, SVP/CIO, Methodist Health System

Theresa Meadows, SVP/CIO, Cook Children’s Health Care System

Doris Peek, SVP/CIO, Broward Health

Jayashree Raman, SVP/CIO, Cooper University Health Care

Gabriela Ramirez-Garcia, corporate director of enterprise analytics, Orlando Health

Stephanie Reel, SVP/CIO and provost, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Donna Roach, CIO, Via Christi Health

Pat Skarulis, SVP information systems/CIO, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Terri Steinberg, MD, CHIO, Christiana Care Health System

Joanne Sunquist, SVP/CIO, HealthEast Care System

Deanna Wise, EVP/CIO, Dignity Health

We are proud to partner with these organizations to power the business behind the medicine. Congratulations again to these women who have earned a spot on Health Data Management list. To learn more about our solutions for healthcare, visit here.



Danielle Miller, PHD(c), MSN, RNC-OB Chief Nursing Officer, Clinical Applications
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