DXC Technology Executives Named Health Data Management’s Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT

Susan Arthur Named as HIT Top Vendor Executive, Lisa Pettigrew Named
as HIT Top Thought Leader

the world’s leading independent, end-to-end IT services company, today
announced that two of its leaders have been named to HealthData
Management (HDM) Magazine’s
list of “Most Powerful Women in
Healthcare IT.” They will be honored during the magazine’s annual
convention in Boston on May 17.

HDM’s program recognizes extraordinary contributions in the field of
health information technology (HIT) in three separate categories: CIO/IT
Leaders, Tech Vendor Executives and Thought Leaders.

DXC executive Susan Arthur, vice president of America’s Health, Life
Sciences and Regulated Industries, will be honored as a Most Powerful
Woman in Healthcare IT in the Vendor Executives category, and Lisa
Pettigrew, general manager in Americas Healthcare will be honored for
the second year as a top Thought Leader.

Arthur and Pettigrew are being recognized by the magazine for their
efforts in driving technology innovation, deploying leading-edge
technology, shaping IT regulation and policy, and implementing
healthcare technology that dramatically improves patient safety and

Arthur is in charge of helping public sector and commercial healthcare
and life sciences clients transform their organizations to operate and
compete more effectively in the digital economy. Her team focuses on
differentiated solutions for analytics, security, mobile health,
enterprise grade applications and IT operations to solve their business
problems. This includes improving health outcomes, reducing costs and
increasing access.

“Every day, we meet our clients at the forefront of the HIT
transformation, so I am honored by HDM’s recognition and the recognition
of DXC leaders,” Arthur said. “We are just scratching the surface in
terms of our ability to make an impact on the world, health and wellness
with technology. It is a very exciting time to be in the healthcare and
life sciences industry.”

Pettigrew has over 20 years of global experience leading commercial
healthcare clients, initiating and launching innovative models of care
to help their organizations achieve better outcomes and financial

“It is a privilege to be recognized among many outstanding female
executives helping healthcare organizations, government bodies and
policy makers transform their operations in delivering more appropriate
care and services,” Pettigrew said. “We are pleased to be innovating new
digital technologies to better serve patients, consumers and their

About DXC Healthcare and Life Sciences

The company serves more than 2,000 leading healthcare and life sciences
organizations globally in provider, payer, life sciences and government
health systems.

DXC achievements in the Healthcare
and Life Sciences
industry include:

  • 100 million patient records;
  • More than 1 million software product users;
  • 15,000 pharma product approvals managed;
  • 21 state Medicaid systems;
  • More than 80 percent of the world’s largest pharma companies using DXC
    regulatory solutions; and
  • 1.3 billion healthcare claims processed annually.

About DXC Technology

DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC) is the world’s leading independent,
end-to-end IT services company, helping clients harness the power of
innovation to thrive on change. Created by the merger of CSC and the
Enterprise Services business of Hewlett Packard Enterprise,
DXC Technology serves nearly 6,000 private and public sector clients
across 70 countries. The company’s technology independence, global
talent and extensive partner alliance combine to deliver powerful
next-generation IT services and solutions. DXC Technology is recognized
among the best corporate citizens globally. For more information, visit
us at www.dxc.com.


DXC Technology
Sara Herrmann, Corporate Media Relations
DeSilva, Investor Relations