If we want to figure out how to advance more women to health IT leadership positions, we need to look at the strategies being used to climb the ladder, says Donna Padilla.
With Women’s History Month drawing to a close, Sue Schade found inspiration by speaking with two leaders on how organizations can better support initiatives focused on developing women in IT.
If we want to make it a better workplace for generations to come, we have to be willing to challenge the status quo and have uncomfortable conversations, says Kate Huvane Gamble.
“When we encourage and develop women, we help everyone,” says Sue Schade, recognizing the trailblazers who have helped forge a new path for women in areas like technology and science.
Although Sue Schade entered this year’s HIMSS conference with a different objective than in the past, she came away feeling refreshed and ready to take on new challenges. In this post, she identifies her key takeaways from the show.