Helen Figge named among most powerful women in health IT

Kelly Gooch - Print  | 

Health Data Management has named Helen Figge among the honorees in its program to recognize the most powerful women in health IT.

Ms. Figge, along with other honorees, will be recognized May 12 in Boston.

Ms. Figge has 12 years of health IT experience. She is currently senior vice president of global strategic development for LumiraDx USA. In that role, she has helped create unique patient engagement opportunities and healthcare best practices that support the company's health IT solution sets, among other achievements, according to Health Data Management. She also writes, presents and voices her opinions on critical healthcare issues through various social media venues as well as extensive committee involvement.

Prior to her current position, she was vice president of Global Clinical Integrations Accountable Care Solutions with Alere, a provider of point-of-care rapid diagnostics and health information solutions. She was also previously director of clinical integrations with Alere.

 

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