Lyniate Team

Millennials in Health IT: @JonMertz interviews Jenny Sabol

February 4, 2016

From Health Standards

“I am honored to serve as a co-chair of the Millinnials on a Mission reception at HIMSS16, along with Jenny Sabol. As we get ready for HIMSS16 and the gathering of future health IT leaders, I called Jenny, a Millennial health IT leader, to ask her a few questions as a warm-up to the upcoming conversations.

Jenny is an associate project manager at Allegheny Health Network and president of the Western PA HIMSS.”

Our VP of Marketing Jon Mertz published this great Q&A with Jenny Sabol. Jon and Jenny will be co-chairing a new event at HIMSS16 dedicated specifically to Millennials, who will be future leaders in the field. 

If you’re a Millennial and will be at HIMSS, go see Jon at the Millenials on a Mission ReceptionMarch 2, from 06:30PM – 07:30PM PT, at the Label Lounge at the Palazzo.

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