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Janet Dillione Named One of the Most Powerful Women in the Technology Channel


Janet Dillione, president, Health Services, the Healthcare IT division of Siemens Medical Solutions (, has been named one of the most powerful women in the technology channel by CMP Channel’s VARBusiness Magazine. In compiling the list, CMP Channel editors selected 50 women who epitomize success in the IT channel, honoring top-level executives of VARs, solutions providers and distributors, as well as vendor channel executives. Dillione is the only representative of the healthcare industry on the VARBusiness list.

“Successful channel partner programs are made so through the dedication of the channel executives who oversee them. The CMP Channel is proud to honor those women whose commitment to the channel has improved the profitability of their solution provider partners,” said Robert C. DeMarzo, vice president and editorial director, CMP Channel.

Dillione holds a broad range of expertise in country-specific operations and new market entry, sales channel management, customer relationship management, and product development and marketing. Currently, she directs Siemens’ global healthcare IT business, including strategy and portfolio management, profit and performance, and business development, with the ultimate goal of having a positive impact on the quality, safety and efficiency of healthcare worldwide.

Throughout the next year, Dillione will continue to drive the global rollout of the division’s two new software products, while working to achieve growth targets in key markets to further strengthen Siemens’ global market position in the healthcare IT sector. Additionally, Dillione was influential in the recently announced agreement with Boston-based Partners HealthCare to advance service-oriented architecture (SOA) in healthcare. Siemens and Partners will leverage their respective areas of expertise to jointly develop clinical services within Siemens Soarian® SOA platform.

“Janet’s passion for improving healthcare and her drive for excellence are demonstrated through her successful leadership in healthcare information technology,” said Tom Miller, member of the Executive Management Board of the Medical Solutions Group of Siemens AG and former Health Services division president. “She knows that the future of healthcare depends greatly upon improved quality and reduced cost, and she works every day to find a way to achieve these critical outcomes.”

Earlier this year, Dillione was also named one of the “Top 25 Women in Healthcare” by Modern Healthcare magazine, recognizing influential women who are leading healthcare systems, corporations, government agencies, philanthropic organizations and professional associations. Dillione is the only representative of the healthcare information systems industry on this list.


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