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June 15, 2021

Women in health IT: Bright.md’s Julia Millard credits forward-thinking partners for Top 25 Women Leaders in Consumer HealthTech win

What does it take to drive meaningful change as a woman in the world of health IT? Just ask Bright.md’s Julia Millard, who was recently named to The Healthcare Technology Report’s Top 25 Women Leaders in Consumer HealthTech of 2021. As Bright.md’s vice president of customer success and services, Julia partners with leading health systems to develop their digital health strategies, engage patients, and drive operational efficiencies.

“It’s such an honor to be named as one of the top 25 women leaders in consumer health tech,” said Millard. “I value the opportunity to partner with Bright.md customers and collaborate on innovative solutions that solve the challenges so many health systems face. It’s a pleasure to think critically and creatively about how our customers can evolve their digital strategies to engage and delight patients, who are consumers first and foremost.”

Under Julia’s leadership, Bright.md — which was recently named 2021’s Best Overall Telehealth Solution by MedTech Breakthrough — saw its customer base grow by more than 1,000 percent, with her direction leading to more than 90 percent of patients wanting to use the Bright.md platform again.

“On behalf of all of us at Bright.md, I can’t think of anyone who deserves this recognition more than Julia,” said Steve Giannini, CEO at Bright.md. “Her passion and commitment to our mission of transforming care delivery is inspiring, and her leadership—at Bright.md, in the Portland community, and in advocating for policy changes to push healthcare forward—is unmatched.”

Julia is a seasoned healthcare software executive who brings more than 15 years of experience to Bright.md. On a daily basis, Julia works with Bright.md customers to improve provider engagement and increase patient access to care. Her extensive background with new technology implementation includes time spent with Epic, as well with Providence Health & Services in Portland, Ore. where she gained additional health care technology and operational experience. Julia is also an active member of the American Telehealth Association Policy Council and serves as President of the Oregon Chapter of HIMSS, which focuses on developing the health tech space in Oregon and mentoring upcoming leaders in the industry.

The Healthcare Technology Report’s Top 25 Women Leaders in Consumer HealthTech of 2021 recognizes leaders in C-suite and executive leadership positions who have stood out in their dedication to the advancement of their company, their longevity in the healthcare field, and their professional achievements. This year’s winners showcase their leadership in a number of key areas, from new technology development, to revamping payment and insurance processes to managing chronic conditions and more. These women have continued to shine by pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in healthcare, while continuously keeping the patient experience at the heart of everything they do.

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