MEDITECH AVP Cathy Turner named one of Becker's Hospital Review's "Women power players in health IT"
Becker’s Hospital Review recently named MEDITECH Associate Vice President Cathy Turner, BSN, RN to its list of Women power players in health IT.
Becker’s Hospital Review recently announced its list of Women power players in health IT, including MEDITECH Associate Vice President Cathy Turner, BSN, RN. The list recognizes women thought-leaders in the industry who have made remarkable contributions to the advancement of health IT. MEDITECH customers joining Turner on the list include: Renee Fosberg, Vice President and CIO, Emerson Hospital; and Sheree McFarland, CIO, West Florida at HCA Healthcare.
Turner was recognized for her exceptional work in MEDITECH’s nurse informatics program. Through her leadership at annual forums, events, and a number of advisory committee meetings, she played a vital role both initially in the implementation and presently in support of this program, which now operates across all divisions to guarantee nurses a representative voice.
In addition to her work at MEDITECH, Turner continues her innovative work in health IT in her position at Northeastern University Bouvé College of Health Sciences Master's in the Health Informatics program as an adjunct professor. Additionally, she has written a number of chapters for the Colibri Group’s Elite Learning Division regarding continuing education for nurses. Some titles of her work include “The Business of Healthcare” and “Documentation in the Electronic Age.”
“It is an honor to be recognized alongside so many dedicated women who are pushing the boundaries of health IT with their innovative contributions,” said Turner. “Throughout my career it has been an incredible privilege to work with remarkable women leaders who share my passion and commitment to forging ahead in this industry.”