The Top 25 Women Leaders in Healthcare Software of 2022

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The Top 25 Women Leaders in Healthcare Software of 2022

The Healthcare Technology Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Women Leaders in Healthcare Software of 2022

NEW YORK — The Healthcare Technology Report is pleased to announce the Top 25 Women Leaders in Healthcare Software of 2022. The awardees on this year’s list are among the most accomplished women in the healthcare technology industry. These leaders represent companies that provide solutions across a wide range of areas, from connected care to clinical software, ambulatory practices, cost containment, and beyond. They direct their companies from a variety of positions, from CEO to CTO, Chief Medical Officer to Chief Customer Officer, but what they have in common is their track record of leading their teams in producing exceptional results.

As President of PointClickCare, Julieann Esper Rainville has launched several new business units that have become key drivers of company growth. Senior Vice President of Product Andrea Kowalski spearheaded the development of Kareo’s integrated telehealth solution, helping increase provider adoption by 40%. And under Neeraj Isaac’s leadership as Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Hallmark Healthcare Solutions has brought multiple cloud-based solutions to market, including a patented provider compensation solution she co-created.

Hundreds of women were nominated for this year’s list. Each nominee was evaluated based on the scope of her experience, professional milestones achieved, and contributions to her organization and the broader healthcare industry. Please join us in celebrating The Top 25 Women Leaders in Healthcare Software of 2022.

Julieann Esper Rainville (PointClickCare), Dr. Geeta Nayyar (Salesforce), Andrea Kowalski (Tebra), Katie Chaffee (NextGen Healthcare), Kristen Valdes (b.well Connected Health), Neeraj Isaac (Hallmark Healthcare Solutions), Eve Stacey (Accolade), Joy Powell (Springbuk), Stefanie Giddens (QHR Technologies), Lora Sparkman (Relias), Nirali Matalia (Saama Technologies), Angela Losacco (WhizAI), Neeta Jain (Vibrent Health), Amanda Ivanovics (Iodine Software), Jessica Wagner (RXNT), Melisa Tucker (Nym Health), Jessica Chasteen (ImagineSoftware), Jennifer Compagni (CipherHealth), Jennifer Cohen (Aspen RxHealth), Tycene Fritcher (Transaction Data Systems), Cindy Gaines (Lumeon), Trish Kane (Komodo Health), Sarah Cottongim (PAR Excellence), Karen Gardner (Medisafe), Elizabeth Karson (Ribbon Health).

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