Therasa Bell Named in 2019 Class of Most Powerful Women in Health IT

Kno2 co-founder, president and chief technology officer recognized in the category for Health IT vendor executives

BOISE, Idaho – May 3, 2019 – Kno2®, the company that provides Interoperability as a Service to everyone in healthcare, today announced that their co-founder, president and chief technology officer, Therasa Bell was recognized in the 2019 class of Most Powerful Women in Health IT by Health Data Management.

Bell is known for three things: her focus on driving interoperability in healthcare, her ability to simplify the complexities of patient document exchange and clinical workflows, and her commitment to serve that infuses her interactions with everyone around her and powers the company’s purpose to eliminate fax from healthcare by providing a solution for interoperability that can serve everyone throughout the healthcare ecosystem.

Combining her passion for healthcare and extensive technology expertise, Therasa Bell created Kno2 as market forces began to drive more effective, lighter-weight healthcare solutions. With her leadership and drive to solve some of the most persistent challenges facing healthcare, Kno2 continues to create lightweight solutions that enable patient information to be captured and shared across the continuum of care.

Bell is responsible for Kno2’s innovation, vision and engineering, and holds two patents for unstructured clinical content under the company. For close to a decade, she has been a thought leader in the healthcare information technology field, serving as a co-chair or member of healthcare IT standards committees that influence national and international standards for sharing clinical information.

“I am humbled and honored to be recognized among so many distinguished women in health IT”, said Therasa Bell.  “We can go so much further when we collaborate with each other to propel interoperability forward, and arm providers with the right information at the right time to truly impact the care they’re able to provide.”

SOURCE Kno2


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