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Women of Impact for Health Care is a group of female executives representing all sectors of the health care industry. We believe that health care for all will be improved with more women leadership.

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Karen DeSalvo, MD, MPH, MSc
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Vivian Lee, MD, PhD, MBA
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Christine Malcolm
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NEJM Catalyst: Lead In: Women of Impact in Health Care on Advancing Equity in the Workplace

 This article originally appeared on the NEJM Catalyst page .  It was written by Women of Impact members Vivian S. Lee, MD, PhD, MBA & Joanne Conroy, MD.  Women of Impact Co-Authors include: Vineet Arora, Anne Beal, Chloe Bird, Ann Bonham, Kathy Buto, Lynne Chafetz, Deborah Chang, Ceci Connolly, Lisa David, Karen DeSalvo, Ka...
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Congratulations! Karen Remley, Former AAP CEO, Joins de Beaumont Foundation as Senior Fellow

  The de Beaumont Foundation announced on Aug. 1 that Karen Remley, MD, MBA, MPH, FAAP, has joined the Foundation as a Senior Fellow. Dr. Remley, who has more than 30 years of experience in public health and healthcare most recently served as CEO of the American Academy of Pediatrics, which represents 67,000 practitioners dedicated to the heal...
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A Call to Action: We Need More Varsity Bosses! Maternity Leave - Hidden Path to Opportunity and Resilience

  "The only thing you should say is: Congratulations!" That was the advice my boss gave me the first time I had an employee tell me they were going out on maternity leave. I was a young first time manager with no children and very little understanding of how I was going to make it work to have one of four of my employees out on leave. Fast for...
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Tackling the Sponsorship Gap for Women in Healthcare in the #MeToo Era

 I was recently in a room full of powerful women in healthcare (suffering from imposter syndrome myself) for the Women of Impact annual meeting. There was one comment that stuck out to me that I had only heard in passing but not actively voiced in a meeting. Is the #MeToo movement going to result in a backlash for women leaders? This may sound...
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Want healthier communities? Address social factors

To tackle the social determinants of health, Healthy People 2020 charges us with working collaboratively across sectors to address the unique needs of our communities. Public health agencies and community-based organizations have powerful partners in health plans and providers to achieve success. Ceci Connolly, president and CEO of the nonprofit Al...
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Making the Voices of Female Trainees Heard

From the American College of Physicians, Annals of Internal Medicine Recently, we were surprised to uncover an unrecognized gender disparity in our own presumably forward-thinking residency program. Women account for 47% of our internal medicine residency class (similar to the national average) and more than 50% of program leadership. Our graduates...
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