Allyson Schiff, Vice President of Operations for TractManager’s Newport Credentialing Solutions unit, was recently honored by Becker’s Hospital Review as one of “102 Women in Health IT to Know in 2019.”
In its announcement, Becker’s acknowledged the women for their “significant contributions to health IT advancements, leading large teams, initiatives and companies focused on improving patient care.” The publication stressed the importance of health IT leaders and vendors to healthcare organizations and clinicians across the country as they strive to achieve optimal outcomes and deliver a seamless patient experience.
“I am honored to be one of the Becker’s 102 Women in Health IT to know for 2019,” said Ms. Schiff. “As a woman (and a New Yorker!) working in the healthcare industry for over 15 years, I have firsthand experience with promoting voices trying to be heard in a space that can often be at full capacity. I have been incredibly fortunate to foster and contribute to an environment that encourages vocalization of new concepts and ideas. It is my privilege to afford that platform for all employees to professionally develop a better product and provide an optimal work environment.”
Allyson joined Newport Credentialing Solutions in 2009. She has 15 years’ experience in the Provider Enrollment field and prides herself on keeping up with the latest rules, regulations, and trends in Provider Enrollment to provide the best possible service to the company and its clients. She has published several articles and presented at many national meetings as a Subject Matter Expert on Credentialing and Provider Enrollment.
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