Topic: Women of Influence
We are honoring leaders who've made a measurable impact on healthcare in the past year and have a demonstrated track record in paving the way forward.
As chief medical affairs officer for Envision Physician Services, a multispecialty medical group comprising more than 25,000 clinicians across nearly 1,800 clinical departments in facilities nationwide, Rebecca Parker, M.D., provides multispecialty, high-level physician executive leadership on a wide range of clinical issues and state- and federal- level advocacy efforts.
In the past three years, Martha Gulati, M.D., has spearheaded the building of an entire division of cardiology at the Banner–University Medicine Heart Institute, the only academic medical center in Phoenix, helping to bring it from an unranked institution to a rank of 43rd in the nation for cardiology in 2018-19 by U.S. News and World Report.
Marna Borgstrom began her career at Yale-New Haven Hospital more than 30 years ago. Now she's the leader of the health system with an annual budget of more than $5 billion and more than 26,000 employees
Redonda Miller, M.D., is president of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, a 1,100-bed academic medical center with $2.5 billion in operating revenue and more than 10,000 employees. Since her appointment in 2016, she has led successful efforts to expand the world-renowned hospital’s focus on high-value care, to enhance safety and the patient experience, and to improve the health of all populations.
We are honoring leaders who have made a measurable impact on healthcare in the past year and have a demonstrated track record in paving the way forward for women and men alike. These leaders have shown examples of innovation, passion and ingenuity.
This month, we are calling for nominations to honor women in the industry who are shaping the way healthcare of the future will be delivered.