Woodbridge Business Management
Julie Hoyte is the President and CEO of Health Information Technology Solutions (HITS), located in Woodbridge, VA. She is also Adjunct Faculty at Stratford University in the Health and Health Sciences Department, and the Commander for the Disabled American Veterans (DAV), Department of Virginia, Chapter 48. She is a service disabled Army veteran with over 25 years of healthcare experience in the civilian and military sectors. She possesses over 5 years’ experience with other consulting firms supporting the Department of Defense, Defense Health Agency, as a subject matter expert and functional project manager, and provided portfolio management support on many of their imaging and clinical information systems (i.e. Health Artifact and Image Management Solution (HAIMS), Deployable Teleradiology System (DTRS), Theater Image Repository (TIR), a pilot program - Image Reconciliation of Radiological Images (IRRI), RadLex (a joint effort with Radiological Society of North America (RSNA)), Composite Health Clinical Systems – Rad (CHCS-Rad), and supporting the DoD on the beginning phases of GENSIS – the MHS EHR. Julie received a letter of commendation from the Director of Information Management for support provided on the aforementioned systems, and for a successful first phase worldwide deployment of HAIMS, the first successful health IT deployment within DoD in over 20 years. HAIMS also digitizes the Service Treatment Record for the Veterans Administration, an initiative championed by Mike Milken. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from the University of Rochester School of Nursing, a certificate in Radiological Sciences from the US Army Medical Command Academy of Health Sciences, a Master’s in Public Administration, with a focus on Healthcare Administration from Troy State University, where she was inducted to the Pi Alpha Alpha Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration. Julie’s proudest accomplishments is her daughter Taylor, who is currently serving in the US Navy as a corpsman (medic) in Okinawa, Japan.
High school: A. Philip Randolph Campus High School
University of RochesterRochester, NY
Troy State UniversityTroy, AL
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