Members of the HIMSS Global Health Equity Network discuss four ways the healthcare industry can help cultivate a more inclusive environment that celebrates diversity.
Five women entrepreneurs share advice and the lessons learned from starting their own business.
To increase tech’s gender diversity, our guest writer shares, tech companies can use workforce analytics to identify targeted diversity interventions and improve overall organizational and workforce effectiveness.
Our Approved Education Partner shares the power of teaching health IT students soft skills and how these skills can be applied in healthcare.
Our Approved Education Partner shares how an unexpected call helped raise awareness of the many health information degree programs available and the opportunities they offer for career development.
We're shining a spotlight on some incredible women in technology and HIMSS members who are championing diversity and inclusivity in the workplace.
Workforce Development and Student Preparedness: The 2019 HIMSS Workforce Leadership and Workforce Survey illustrated that healthcare organizations are prioritizing “cybersecurity, privacy, and security,” “improving quality outcomes through health information and technology,” and...
As healthcare organizations engage in the world of big data, our Approved Education Partner shares that recruiting professionals who can support a data-driven culture is more critical than ever.
Job seeking can be an arduous process, but doesn’t have to be. This article explores the professionals whose careers are focused on identifying talented individuals to fill open positions within health IT organizations. Working with recruiting and talent specialists can help candidates obt...
This professional development article explores the professional development of a female healthcare informaticist from becoming an RN to a vendor executive.
We pooled together insights from HIMSS Women in Health IT community members who are leading the change they want to see on the front lines of the field and beyond.
Organizations should take the lead in mentoring women on how to unleash the advantage in their own personal career journey, shares Women in Health IT guest blogger.