Vyne CEO Lindy Benton Named Among Women to Watch in Health IT by Becker’s Hospital Review

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Second year Benton is recognized by Becker’s for significant contributions in Health IT

DUNWOODY, Ga. (January 7, 2020) – Vyne today announced that Lindy Benton, President and CEO, has been named to the Becker’s Hospital Review list of women to watch in health IT in 2020. The list includes pioneers as well as rising stars in the field.

Under Benton’s leadership, Vyne delivers a versatile platform with end-to-end integration points for automated information exchange. Vyne’s workflows share records automatically between systems and team members to reduce errors, omissions, and risks that often result from paper-based exchanges.

“Lindy’s vision for a unified patient record provides a framework for our solutions and partnerships,” said Scott Overholt, Chief Business Officer at Vyne. “Integrating fragmented data gives structure to healthcare processes and centralizes information around the patient so it can be easily accessed at the point of need.”

Vyne Medical’s flagship Trace® solution provides tools to capture a variety of interactions – voice, fax, and image – and make them accessible across the enterprise. KLAS Research recently included Vyne Medical in its 2019 Revenue Cycle Unicorns Report, which focused on solutions taking a unique approach to tackling revenue cycle issues.

In 2019, Benton was listed by Becker’s Hospital Review as one of 102 women making significant contributions to health IT advancements. She has been recognized for four consecutive years as one of the “Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT” by Health Data Management and as a finalist for Women in Technology’s Woman of the Year. Benton was also named one of Florida State University’s Distinguished Alumni in business and industry and is serving a three-year term on the national board of directors for the university’s alumni association.

 

To view the complete list of Becker’s women to watch in health IT, visit https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/lists/women-to-watch-in-health-it-2020.html