HIT Like a Girl

HIT Like a Girl

Amplifying the voices and achievements of women in Health IT

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Kat McDavitt & Miriam Paramore

On this special in-between-season episode of HIT Like a Girl pod, we host a conversation between to bonafide health IT pros: Kat McDavitt and Miriam Paramore.
April 7, 2021

Anne Arnold

This week, on the final episode of Season 5, we talk with Anne Arnold, Director of Education Programs at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG). She also recently earned a Doctorate of Education from University of Pennsylvania.
February 24, 2021

Danielle Rusella

This week, we highlight Danielle Russsella, President of Strategic Partnerships at American Well. She’s worked closely with several organizations to implementing telemedicine and bringing telehealth to market at scale. Through her work, she’s been able to use technology to connect patients with trusted providers.
February 17, 2021

Patricia Pinckombe

Patricia Pinckcombe, a firefighter, paramedic, and aspiring med student out of Philadelphia is such a badass, we get exhausted just listing her accomplishments. This week we talk with her about the way the health of black women is misunderstood and often mismanaged due to implicit bias. She also discusses how we can change the narrative.
February 10, 2021

Lee Udall Bennion

Join us this week as we talk with Lee Udall Bennion - well-known artist and founder of small business Mom’s Stuff. Lee talks to us about how - and why - she ended up turning a hobby of making homemade, locally-sourced salves to help her husband who is a potter and a boatman care for his beaten up hands, into a skincare product business. When she was diagnosed with Cushing’s Disease, it became clear that her family’s approach to simple living was no match against the U.S. healthcare insurance.
February 3, 2021

Gwen Holloway

This week, we talk with Gwen Holloway, Founder of Healthcare IT Central, a leading health IT industry workforce and career development center, offering tools and resources to help candidates and employers connect, learn, and gain a competitive edge. After 20+ years of success as a digital marketer, content creator, and online community developer, Gwen has turned her focus exclusively to marketing and selling real estate, but she shares her lessons learned with our listeners.
January 27, 2021

Healthcare belongs to everyone, but women play a critical role as the primary decision-makers, or “Chief Medical Officers” for their families, others they care for, and themselves. It’s the women who are deciding which medicines their family take, which health treatments to follow, which doctors to see, and how to live a healthy lifestyle.
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Joy Rios

Joy Rios

Joy Rios is a subject matter expert and health IT consultant focusing on the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS). She has authored four books on how to keep up with CMS regulations, created health IT curricula, trained hundreds of healthcare professionals through online workshops, and written content for various health IT publications. Joy has helped thousands of physicians and clinicians succeed in MIPS and value-based care.
Robin Roberts

Robin Roberts

Robin Roberts is a Health IT Strategist and policy expert with more than 15 years of experience ranging from RCM to population health. She is passionate about helping physicians and health systems pioneer meaningful pathways in value-based care that demonstrate high-quality care at moderate costs while balancing administrative and operational burden.

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