Apr 14, 2017
Health Data Management, a health care IT–focused publication, has identified Pamela Saechow, senior assistant vice president for electronic medical record implementation and support at NYC Health + Hospitals, as one of the “Most Powerful Women in Health Care IT for 2017.” Ms. Saechow is one of 75 leaders to be so recognized nationally.
Ms. Saechow had been nominated by other health care information technology professionals and was selected by the editors of Health Data Management. She and her fellow honorees will be recognized for their contributions to the field of health care IT at an event in Boston on May 17.
“I’m humbled to be acknowledged amongst this group of accomplished women,” she said. “It’s thrilling to see so many women making their mark as leaders in the health care industry, especially in IT.”
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