Health Information Technology Solutions
Chief Executive Officer
A better life
Perseverance, tenacity & adaptability are 3 words which describes HITS’ CEO. Ms. Julie Hoyte brings 25+ years of diverse military & civilian healthcare experience. She is a US Army veteran with over 25 years of military & civilian healthcare experience. The last 12 years has been focused on clinical education and training, & health IT; more specifically, she spent 5 years supporting the Defense Health Agency, as an imaging subject matter expert for an ACAT I global health artifact & image management system, modernized existing DHA radiology information systems, and provided project & software life-cycle development support. For more on her professional background, visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/juliehoyte/.
In 2013 Ms. Hoyte founded Health Information Technology Solutions (HITS), LLC. HITS is a Service-Disabled Veteran, Woman, and Minority Owned Small Business that delivers quality health IT services to healthcare organizations within the federal, state, and local governments, as well as commercial healthcare organizations.
She wanted to combine her passion for health IT with a work environment that was more health conscience and conducive for service disabled veterans like herself. “I want to work without the stress of maintaining overall health in a workplace caught up in the office politics around teleworking. Creating HITS is about quality of life,” Hoyte explains.
Creating HITS was a quality-of-life decision for Ms. Hoyte. She wanted to combine her passion for health IT with a work environment that was more health conscience and conducive for service-disabled veterans like herself and non-traditional workers. “I wanted to work without the stress of maintaining overall health in a workplace caught up in the office politics around teleworking. Creating HITS is about creating a flexible work environment that increases productivity and quality of life,” Hoyte explains.
As a service-disabled veteran with vast experience in federal health and health information technology, she knows various systems inside and out. She has a unique perspective on federal health. As an allied health care provider, she understands various workflows and serves as a bridge between the functional and technical health IT communities. She understands the need for the technology tools to manage information in a way that increases the efficiency and efficacy of care by making all pertinent health information accessible to providers and patients. As a consumer of federal health care and veteran advocate, she understand the patients’ needs and frustrations – we/they want to ensure they are receiving the best possible care and require a system that is intuitive and easy to navigate. This is what health informatics is all about. This is what HITS provides.
Ms. Hoyte’s varied clinical background in nursing, radiology, and healthcare administration, coupled with her tenacity and attention to detail, makes her an asset in the federal and commercial health IT industries.