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Karen Groppe and Terri Sanders Reflect on HIMSS 2020 and 2021

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Karen Groppe and Terri Sanders Reflect on HIMSS 2020 and 2021

These women leaders open up about dealing with high profile, high stress situations
August 23, 2021

Karen Groppe and Terri Sanders Reflect on HIMSS 2020 and 2021

Shutting down a major healthcare conference, telling 47,000 people to stay home, including the sitting President, and dealing with the backlash of unhappy people has been a career highlight (or, perhaps lowlight?) for these two women leaders. Karen Groppe and Terri Sanders tell us how it really went down, what they learned through the process, how they cope with high stress situations, and all that went into planning the return of the hybrid in-person/digital HIMSS 2021 conference.

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