Patty T. Sheridan, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA

Patty T. Sheridan, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA, is a trailblazer who is passionate about health information management (HIM), and leadership. Patty has a track record of leveraging HIM, business and leadership experiences to create innovative HIM solutions and develop successful leaders.

Patty has been learning and applying Bowen Theory to workplace systems since 1999. Her family of origin work began as part of her participation in the “Women’s Leadership Center, a Time and Place to Think” a program sponsored by the Center for Family Consultation (CFC). She continues to deepen her understanding and application of Bowen Theory in her personal life and to the workplace through ongoing family of origin work and participation in CFC and The Bowen Center offerings. She joined the CFC faculty in 2017.

Patty is Senior Vice President, HIM Services for Ciox Health. Before joining Ciox Health, she was the president of Care Communications, Inc., and has also held senior roles at the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) including chief operating officer, and acting chief executive officer. Patty has also held HIM roles in acute care teaching facilities.

Patty is the Chair of the Resurrection University Board of Directors for the College of Nursing and College of Allied Health and has held board positions in health information organizations including President/Chair of the Board of Directors of AHIMA and the New York Health Information Management Association. Patty is a fellow of AHIMA and the recipient of AHIMA’s Distinguished Member Award, Illinois Health Information Management Association’s Professional Achievement Award and AHIMA’s outstanding service awards for her Board service. Patty is a frequent speaker and author on the topics of health information management, applying Bowen Family Systems Theory to the work place and adaptive leadership.

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