Who Made the List?
Who doesn’t like a good list? Whether you are on it, know someone on it, or aspire to be on it, you always want to read the list. From the latest health mobile app technology to the top healthIT stories from last month, here are some interesting lists I think deserve sharing.
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2018 Best Places to Work
Modern Healthcare (@modrnhealthcr) has published two lists this month. First, the Best Places to Work in Healthcare – 2018 came out in an alphabetical list. A ranked order will be revealed in September at the Modern Healthcare’s Workplace of the Future Conference.
Women Leaders in Health IT
Cerner (@cerner) published their 7 Women Leaders in Health IT You Should Know. The list includes Liz Devereux, Director, Enterprise Virtual Infrastructure at Banner Health (@bannerhealth), Liz Johnson, Chief Information Officer, Acute Care Hospitals and Applied Clinical Informatics at Tenet Healthcare (@tenethealth) and Cerner’s own Chief Strategy Officer, Joanne Burns (@jburns15149.)
Best Medical Alert Systems
MobileHelp (@mobilehelpnow), Bay Alarm Medical (@BayAlarmMedial) and Medical Guardian (@MedicalGuardian) top The Senior List’s (@seniorlist) List of the Best Medical Alert Systems 2018.
2018 Top Rated Healthcare Companies to Work For
Indeed (@indeed) ranks Kaiser Permanente (@KPSCALnews), Johnson and Johnson (@JNJNews), and Pfizer (@pfizer) #1, #2 and #3 respectively on their Top-Rated Healthcare Companies to Work for in 2018.
Best Online PhD Programs for Nursing
Congratulations to #3 University of Florida (@UFNursing), #2 Johns Hopkins (@IJHNursing) and #1 Vanderbilt (@VanderbiltNurse) for being named the top 3 of 30 Online Colleges with the Best PHDs in Nursing by Online College Plan (@Official_OCP)
Top COOs in Healthcare
Second, The Top COOs in Healthcare 2018 include Dr Laura Forese from New York Presbyterian (@nyphospital), Karen Shulte from CareMore Health (@CareMoreHealth) and Dr. Kevin Churchwell from Boston’s Children’s Hospital. (@BostonChildrens)