ORCHA and NHS Digital among winners at Women in IT awards
Liz Ashall-Payne of ORCHA and Susie Day of NHS Digital were among the women recognised for their work in the health technology industry.
Female CEO believes health tech could benefit from more women leaders
The CEO of a leading NHS innovation hub has said she strongly believes the medical technology sector could benefit from greater participation from women, and believes new measures should introduced to pave the way for this.
Women in tech: How to widen the talent pool
Following last week’s column by NHS Digital’s director of implementation on closing the gender gap in tech, Lisa Emery, CIO of West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust, talks about the scale of the challenge and that the real change will come only if we create the right environment.
Time to close the gender gap in technology
Today on International Women’s Day, Eve Roodhouse, director of implementation at NHS Digital, shines a light on how we can close the gender gap in the health technology sector and promote a more diverse workforce.
Female entrepreneur says women’s role in health tech will change
A former NHS doctor who co-founded an AI-driven medical platform sat down with Digital Health News to talk about her journey, and touch upon her thoughts on gender imbalance within the health technology sector.
Health tech community celebrating women and diversity launches in Ireland
A new branch of One HealthTech, a community championing diversity in health technology, has officially launched in Ireland.
Guest column: IMS Maxims: Invest in talent, not gender
Shane Tickell, the chief executive of IMS Maxims, says it’s shocking there are so few women working in the tech industry, and companies need to address that, while commercial director Leesa Ewing gives her perspective.