Lindy Benton Named Among 2019’s Top Women in Health IT
Date: February 12, 2019
Atlanta, Ga. (February 7, 2019) – Vyne today announced that Lindy Benton, Vyne President and CEO, has been named to Becker’s Hospital Review’s list of 102 women making significant contributions to health IT advancements in 2019.
Benton, who has more than 30 years of experience in health IT, has led Vyne to reach certified status for information security by HITRUST, certifying that two of the company’s products meet industry-defined requirements for appropriately managing risk.
“Under Lindy’s leadership, Vyne is designing and delivering solutions that transform manual, paper-based processes to automated workflows that improve performance, compliance and outcomes,” said Scott Overholt, Chief Development Officer at Vyne. “We congratulate her on this well-deserved recognition of her impact in advancing health IT and innovation.”
Benton’s work focuses on integrating systems to facilitate the secure and auditable exchange of patient information. Her unique objective is to offer an immediate solution to capture disparate data sources and tie them to the patient record for a unified view of patient health information exchanged across the continuum of care. Vyne’s latest initiative is a program to accelerate the elimination of fax in healthcare to improve security and efficiency.
Benton has a passion for collaborating with industry leaders toward the common goal of increasing health IT adoption, integrating systems and facilitating improved access to health data. As Past Chapter President and HIMSS fellow, Benton serves on executive councils for various health-related committees and industry associations. She speaks frequently on the topics of transforming healthcare to support caregivers and leveraging digital initiatives to improve healthcare access and outcomes.
To view Beckers’ complete list, visit Beckers’ 102 Women in HIT to Know.
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 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 more information, visit vynecorp.com.