The results of a 2015 HIMSS survey of 20,000 women in health IT on workplace, job satisfaction, recognition and opportunities to move up – coupled with another on salaries for women in this field compared with compensation for men – spoke clearly to HIMSS Executive Vice President Carla Smith.
Both surveys revealed pressing needs for resources and community for women in health IT.
Men, on average, earned $126,262, compared with $100,762 for women in the HIMSS Compensation Survey of 1,900 healthcare professionals that included CEOs and CIOs.
Moreover, women landing their first executive positions make just 63 percent of what men make in their first executive role.Read More On www.healthcareitnews.com
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