Becker’s Hospital Review recently published an article naming Therasa Bell as one of the Women in Health IT to Watch in 2022.
Women are increasingly taking on roles in health IT, following in the footsteps of the pioneers who have been in the field for years. While Therasa is honored to have made this “women to watch” list, she would tell you first hand that she feels privileged to work with, both at the organization and externally, with many individuals that share the same mission to change the way patient information is communicated in healthcare.
Therasa Bell has dedicated most of her career to to healthcare, including working at nearly all sides of the table. She has worked in a health system, for a payer, in a provider office and at technology vendors serving the healthcare space.
Combining her passion for healthcare and extensive technology expertise, Therasa created Kno2 as market forces began to drive more effective, lighter-weight healthcare solutions. She is known for three things: her focus on driving interoperability, her ability to simplify the complexities of data sharing and clinical workflows, and her commitment to serve that infuses her interactions with everyone and powers the company’s purpose to democratize healthcare communication for all, enabling the secure, effortless, and maximized exchange of patient information. A true inventor at heart, Therasa is responsible for Kno2’s innovation, vision and engineering, and holds six patents for patient information exchange.