women in healthcare

16 women making moves in healthcare

By Georgina Gonzalez for Becker’s Hospital Review The following executive moves made by women have been reported by or shared with Becker’s since April 29. Maureen Schneider, PhD, RN, has been named president of Pompton Plains, N.J.-based Chilton Medical Center, which is owned by Atlantic Health System. Robyn Strosaker, MD, has been appointed president and COO of…

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Meet the 4 women in healthcare on Forbes’ 50 over 50 list

By Hannah Mitchell for Becker’s Hospital Review Selected from a pool of 10,000 nominees, these four women are among the most inspiring, innovative and bold leaders nationwide, according to a recent Forbes ranking. Four women to know: Katalin Kariko, PhD. Age 66. Biochemist and Senior Vice President of BioNTech. Dr. Kariko came to the U.S. from Hungary…

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8 women making moves in healthcare leadership

By Kelly Gooch for Becker’s Hospital Review The following leadership moves by women have been reported since Feb. 26: Nwando Anyaoku, MD, was chosen as the first chief health equity officer of Seattle-based Swedish Health Services. Cristina Contreras was named CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan in New York City. Stephanie Fendrick was named executive vice president…

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Female health CIOs defy trend, earn more than men, survey finds

By Rebecca Pifer for Healthcare Dive Dive Brief: Pay is rising for chief information officers and other high-level health IT executives, according to a College of Healthcare Information Management Executives survey. Top IT executives drew on average a base salary of almost $235,806 in 2018, up 13% increase from 2012’s average of $208,417. Female CIOs made…

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Healthcare better for women than other industries, but C-suite rep lags

By Rebecca Pifer for Healthcare Dive Dive Brief: Healthcare has less gender disparity than other U.S. industries, but still has room for improvement at executive levels. A new McKinsey report found healthcare is one of the best industries for working women in several dimensions. Women are better represented at all levels than in other sectors,…

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