Christina Nichols is responsible for the Federal and State Health Practice at Philips. In her role, she is focused on helping government partners and providers to evolve into a completely connected, clinically integrated healthcare organization with patient-centric solutions that help remove boundaries and enable systems, devices and people across the health continuum to share information easily and securely when and where they need it.
Relative to extending care beyond hospital walls and population health management, she previously served as the Head of Direct Sales for the Philips Home Monitoring business where she brought to market new Artificial Intelligence based, predictive analytics engines enabling health systems to better monitor and care for patients, by combining actionable insights with wearable devices and monitoring.
Mrs. Nichols is a graduate of Texas State University and has dedicated her career to improving lives through medical technology advancement.
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