Nominations for a            Romney administrationWe have selected 9women doinginnovative, importantwork to makehealthcare...
Secretary of Health and Human  Services - Dr. Molly Coye                      Currently: Chief Innovation Officer of      ...
Surgeon general -               Dr. Louise Liang                         Currently:                         ●   Healthcare...
Chief Technology Officer –           Alexandra Drane                            Currently: President and co-              ...
Innovation officer -                 Sue Siegel                        Currently: CEO of GEs $6 billion                   ...
COO of CMS -             Sandra Fenwick                            Currently: President and COO                           ...
Advocate in chief -             Gwen Mayes                               Currently:                               Health p...
Food and Drug Administration –     Karen Talmadge, PhD                        Currently:                        ●  Preside...
SAMSHA - Kathleen Reynolds, MSW, ACSW                           Currently:                           ●   Senior consultant...
Office of the National Coordinator        – Naomi Fried, PhD                     Currently:                     ●   Boston...
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MedCityNews nominates these smart, accomplished women for secretary of Health and Human Services, the Food and Drug Administration, and 7 more posts.

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  1. 1. Nominations for a Romney administrationWe have selected 9women doinginnovative, importantwork to makehealthcare moreefficient, moreeffective and morecompassionate.Check out ournominations for 7 keyhealthcare jobs aswell as two newczars. Photo from RockHealth MedCityNews.com
  2. 2. Secretary of Health and Human Services - Dr. Molly Coye Currently: Chief Innovation Officer of the UCLA Health System, as of September 20, 2010 Previously: ● Founder and CEO of the Health Technology Center ● Commissioner of health for NewWhy? Jersey ● Director of the department of healthShe has the perfectcombination of services for California ● Head of the Division of Public Healthpublic health andinnovation. Practice at Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health MedCityNews.com
  3. 3. Surgeon general - Dr. Louise Liang Currently: ● Healthcare consultant on electronic information systems, quality, safety, service and practice design Previously: ● Senior vice president, Quality and Clinical Systems Support, KaiserWhy? She is a Foundation Health Plan and Kaiserpediatrician and led Foundation HospitalsKaisers transition to ● Chief operating officer and medicalEHRs. director of Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound MedCityNews.com ● Founding CEO and president of Group Health Permanente
  4. 4. Chief Technology Officer – Alexandra Drane Currently: President and co- founder of Eliza Corporation, founder of Seduce Health and Engage with Grace Previously: Founder of three other healthcare ventures, all focused on products that promote individual behavior change throughWhy? She understands technology, including web-enabledthe power of data as well injury-tracking software system usedas how to turn it into by the US Olympic Committee,information. software that automates dialysis clinics across the U.S., and a medical device to improve asthma MedCityNews.com treatment compliance
  5. 5. Innovation officer - Sue Siegel Currently: CEO of GEs $6 billion healthymagination unit Previously: ● General partner at MDV-Mohr Davidow Ventures ● President and director ofWhy? She Affymetrix, Inc.understands startups, ● Responsible forscience, and commercializing key biomedicalcommercialization. technologies at E. I. DuPont & Co., Eastman Kodak Co. and Bio-Rad Laboratories MedCityNews.com
  6. 6. COO of CMS - Sandra Fenwick Currently: President and COO of Boston Childrens Hospital, since 2008 Previously: ● Senior vice president of Strategy, Business Development and Ambulatory Care Services atWhy? She got Boston Childrens HealthcareChildrens out of the red ● Administration and strategicand understands how to planning at Beth Israelmanage big Hospital and CareGrouporganizations. MedCityNews.com
  7. 7. Advocate in chief - Gwen Mayes Currently: Health policy consultant and writer Previously: ● Director of Government Relations and Reimbursement for Abiomed ● First Executive Director of the Office of Womens Physical andWhy? She has experience in Mental Health for thelaw, medicine, and government, Commonwealth of Kentuckyand she has lived with a chronichealth condition for more than ● Chief of the Operations and20 years. Analysis Branch of the Division of Transplantation in HHS MedCityNews.com
  8. 8. Food and Drug Administration – Karen Talmadge, PhD Currently: ● President of Nabu Health Care Consulting ● Vice chair of national board of American Diabetes Association ● Board of directors, Velocity Pharmaceutical Why? Development Previously: The FDA could use an entrepreneurs ● Co-Founder, Start-Up CEO, perspective. and CSO of Kyphon ● Chief Science Officer, MedCityNews.com Kyphon Products at Medtronic Spine
  9. 9. SAMSHA - Kathleen Reynolds, MSW, ACSW Currently: ● Senior consultant for the SAMHSA- HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions ● Vice President for Health Promotion and Wellness at the National CouncilWhy? She knows how to Previously:integrate mental health ● Director of the Washtenaw Communityand primary care to save Health Organizationmoney and help peopleget better care. ● Adjunct Clinical Instructor in the University Of Michigan Department Of Psychiatry MedCityNews.com ● 30 years work in mental health
  10. 10. Office of the National Coordinator – Naomi Fried, PhD Currently: ● Boston Children’s Hospital’s first Chief Innovation Officer Previously: ● Vice President of Innovation and Advanced Technology at Kaiser Permanente Why? She ● General Manager and Vice understands President for Business the O gap and Development of 1747, Inc how to cross it. MedCityNews.com

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