Healio Disruptive Innovators

Healio Disruptive Innovators

Source: Healio Interview
October 30, 2020
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The Healio Woman Disruptor of the Year is ...

Source: Healio Interview
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During this year’s ACG 2020 Virtual meeting, Healio hosted its annual Disruptive Innovators Award ceremony.

These awards stem from the disruption that Healio caused in gastroenterology by using a Peer Tested concept to deliver in print what physicians read online. Using analytics, data and social media, what is trending online is delivered to your mailbox. The Healio Disruptive Innovators represent the revolutionary mindset of Healio Gastroenterology.

From social media giants to health equity, these Healio Disruptive Innovators are the ultimate in Peer Tested with more than 1,000 of our readers and followers voting.

Woman Disruptor of the Year:

This award goes to a woman in the field who emerged as a leader and an example to younger women of how a successful career can unfold.

The awardee may have a career of positive disruption or more recent advancements through which she has made a positive impact within the specialty. Past winners Sunanda Kane, MD, and Uzma Siddiqui, MD, represent the breadth of experience in this category.

This year’s winner is:

Oxentenko moved into multiple leadership roles in the past year, most notably taking her seat at the head of the table as Chair of Medicine for Mayo Clinic Arizona. She previously mentored the next generation of women at Mayo through her role as residency director in Rochester.

Oxentenko has led the Women in GI committee for the ACG and positively supports her colleagues across medicine. She serves on guidelines committees, conducts groundbreaking research and sets an example for how women can encourage one another from leadership roles.