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Health IT gender pay gap grows wider, ten-year study finds

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August 9, 2016  Ι  Volume 5  Ι  Forward this Issue to a Friend
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Health IT gender pay gap grows wider, ten-year study finds
HIMSS longitudinal salary assessment finds women’s share of health IT salaries for comparable jobs is smaller than it was in 2006.
Women Who Get IT: Caroline Young, executive director of NashvilleHealth
Miriam Paramour interviewed Young as part of a series on Women in Health IT that she has titled “Women Who Get IT." In this inaugural interview, Paramour talks with Young not only about the work itself but also about work-life balance.
HIMSS launches Women in Health IT Awards initiative
The goal is to both honor the winners and inspire all women working in health IT.
HIMSS names judges for its Most Influential Women in Health IT Awards
HIMSS unveiled the Women in Health IT Awards program and named nine powerhouse leaders as judges. The lineup includes a health network executive director, an entrepreneur in residence, a CEO and there’s even an artist and advocate on the list. 
Hillary Clinton's big agenda for technology targets women, millennials, digital innovators, big data, security, STEM, IoT – and more
Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, revealed her Tech & Innovation Agenda on June 28 while on – where else? – the campaign trail.
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Denise Hines on HIMSS Radio at HIMSS16
Denise Hines, executive director of the Georgia Health Information Network announces some exciting professional news on ​ HIMSS Radio and highlights the Women in Health IT initiative.
Most influential women in Health IT Awards. Nominations are now open.
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HIMSS Longitudinal Gender Compensation Assessment
Leveraging nine years of data (2006 to 2015) from the biennial HIMSS Compensation survey reveals that on average, female HIT workers in the United States have consistently been paid less than their male peers. A gap which seems to exist no matter how the data is cut, and one which appears to have wi
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