1. Kathleen Sebelius

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  2. About Kathleen Sebelius

    Kathleen Gilligan Sebelius (born May 15, 1948) is currently serving as the 44th Governor of Kansas. She is the second female governor of Kansas, the 2008 respondent to the State of the Union address , and chair-emeritus of the Democratic Governors Association.


    1. Over the last few decades, we've seen information technology transform industry after industry.
      In Electronic Health Records Mean Big VAR Opportunity
    2. Over the last two years, we've created unprecedented momentum in health information technology.
      In Heavy Hitters Hit HIMSS Stages To Stump for Health IT
    3. There is no doubt we are in a very tough budget environment.
      In Heavy Hitters Hit HIMSS Stages To Stump for Health IT
    4. Health IT is one of our most promising new frontiers.
      In Heavy Hitters Hit HIMSS Stages To Stump for Health IT
    5. We will conduct a national search to find the right successor for this key position
      In Blumenthal To Step Down as National Health IT Coordinator
    6. For years, health policy leaders on both sides of the aisle have urged adoption of electronic health records throughout our health care system to improve quality of care and ultimately lower costs.
      In Secretary Sebelius Announces Final Rules To Support 'Meaningful Use' Of Electronic Health Records
    7. Electronic health records are the foundation of a robust healthcare system.
      In HHS dials back requirements, offers flexibility in final meaningful use rule