Meet the Changemakers: Khamini Radarkrishnan

Khamini Radarkrishnan sits at a small table with a branded backdrop behind her.

HIMSS serves the global health information and technology communities with focused operations across North America, Europe, the United Kingdom, the Middle East and Asia Pacific. Our members include more than 80,000 individuals, 480 provider organizations, 470 non-profit partners and 650 health services organizations. The HIMSS staff is made up of changemakers who collaborate with members to reform the global health ecosystem through the power of information and technology.

Khamini Radarkrishnan is Content and Program Executive, at HIMSS APAC.

How long have you been at HIMSS?

I joined HIMSS in September 2018, almost two years now. 

How do you support our mission statement?

Being part of the content and program team, HIMSS has given me an opportunity to support our mission by curating themes and topics that are relevant and timely for our stakeholders as well as by engaging thought leaders to share their experience and expertise to improve the global health ecosystem. 

How do you know your work at HIMSS makes a difference?

Making a difference is personally rewarding. This is evident when healthcare providers respond positively that they have learned or found a solution to make a difference in their organization or community. We see repeated stakeholders in conferences or digital events as they know there’s always something to take away from a HIMSS event.

What’s one thing you wish everyone knew about the work you do at HIMSS?

It’s never about “me” and it’s always about “us.” Any successful outcome is always because of the hard work that the entire team does and the fact that we have each other to keep us striving forward.

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