Vyne CEO and President Lindy Benton Named One of Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT


Honorees to be recognized at the Health Data Management conference on May 12

May 10, 2016 – ATLANTA – Lindy Benton, CEO and President of Vyne, has been named to an inaugural panel of the most powerful women in healthcare IT. Benton will be honored at Health Data Management’s first-ever program initiated to highlight influential women in the industry.

Taking place May 12 in Boston, the daylong program will offer professional development and an awards ceremony recognizing 75 women who are driving technology and innovation in healthcare. Awards will be given in three categories: thought leaders, provider/payer executives and CIOs/IT leaders. Benton will be awarded in the “thought leaders” category.

With 30 years’ of healthcare IT experience, Benton’s career includes more than 15 years in leadership at Cerner Corporation and The Sage Group. Now CEO of Vyne, Benton is leading the company in creating a unified view of patient health information exchanged across the continuum of care. “We manage disconnected data that has traditionally been stored outside the EHR,” said Benton. “Unifying and leveraging this information improves care coordination and operational performance for providers.”

Vyne’s electronic healthcare communication and secure information exchange solutions capture unstructured information, tie data to the patient record and integrate with existing systems to create a more complete picture of patient information exchanged across the continuum of care.

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About Vyne™

Vyne™ is the industry leader in secure health information exchange and electronic healthcare communication management. The company’s robust technology platform facilitates the electronic capture, storage and submission of healthcare data in any form – voice, fax, image, data or electronic document. Vyne’s proven solutions connect disconnected data to close gaps in documentation and improve the continuum of care through a more complete and fully accessible patient record. Outcomes include improved financial strength, operational performance and patient experience for medical and dental providers and payers. For more information, visit vynecorp.com.