Introducing the 2023 FedHealthIT Hall of Fame Inductees

Each year we recognize the FedHealthIT100, a distinguished group of individuals from Government and Industry who are making an impact, going above and beyond, driving innovation, challenging conventional wisdom, driving positive outcomes and giving back to the larger community.

We also recognize a distinct group of individuals, inducting them into the FedHealthIT100 Hall of Fame. This exceptional group of individuals has distinguished themselves time and again as winners of the FedHealthIT100 Awards for the impact they are making within the Federal Health community and in support of Federal Health missions. The influence of these honorees has been ongoing and their contributions demonstrable. We recognize the immeasurable contribution of these individuals, and the gratitude of the Federal Health Community, as we induct these longtime FedHealthIT Winners into the FedHealthIT100 Hall of Fame.

The announcement of last year's 2022 FedHealthIT100 Hall of Fame Inductee Class is available here. To see our inaugural 2021 Hall of Fame Honorees click here.

Jothi Dugar
Acting Deputy Director
Center for Information Technology, National Institutes of Health


Kathleen Frisbee, PhD
Executive Director, Connected Health
Office of Connected Care, Veterans Health Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs


George Hoffmann
Deputy Chief Information Officer, Deputy Director
Office of Information Technology, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services


LTG (Ret.) Patricia Horoho
Chief Executive Officer
Optum Serve

 

Matthew Quinn
Science Director
Army Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC)


Monica Rosser
Chief Growth Officer
Favor TechConsulting


Letitia Royal
Chief Executive Officer
LeCor Technology Services


Lance Scott
Acting Technical Director, Federal Electronic Health Record Modernization (FEHRM)

 

Mike Snyder
Chief Executive Officer
EM Key Solutions


Rich Wilson
Director, Health
Guidehouse


Gina Wolery
Chief Operating Officer
Index Analytics