Kelly Gonzalez Selected as 2013 Women of the Year in Technology Honoree
Kelly Gonzalez, Chief of the Georgia Department of Community Health’s (DCH) Division of Health IT, was selected as a 2013 Women of the Year in Technology Honoree in the Mid-Market/Medium Organizations category.
WIT’s Women of the Year in Technology Awards, presented by Infor, celebrates women technology executives for their accomplishments as leaders in business, as visionaries of technology and as women who make a difference in our communities. To qualify, women must hold business, technology or scientific leadership roles within a technology organization or maintain technology or scientific leadership positions within a non-technology organization.
As the Chief for the DCH’s Division of Health IT & State Health IT Coordinator, Gonzalez is responsible for developing the state’s information technology roadmap and for coordinating key stakeholders as the state transforms the delivery of quality healthcare services.
Gonzalez is also member of the Board of Directors for the Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN). She leads the initiative to define and develop health IT for Georgia, including the establishment of a stakeholder collaborative and the oversight of a statewide assessment of Georgia’s current health IT landscape.