In November, Becker's Hospital Review, a national health care publication, released its annual list of female hospital and health system leaders to know and Jayne Bassler, president of the population health services organization for Adventist Health System's Florida Division is among those who made the prestigious list.
The list is comprised of 130 women who work as executives at hospitals and health systems across the nation, and according to Becker's, have established themselves as successful leaders within the continuously evolving healthcare industry.
Those who made this year's list were chosen by members of the Becker's editorial team based on their editorial judgment and discretion. Leaders were evaluated for their management and leadership skills and career accomplishments.
With more than 30 years of experience with Adventist Health System, Bassler began her career as a critical care nurse. She has served the organization in various executive leadership roles in the areas of quality improvement, process management, accreditation and regulatory services, infection control, risk management and safety. In 2004, she assumed a role in information systems, leading the implementation of the organization's EMR system. She then served as CIO of Florida Hospital for five years before her appointment as president of population health services organizations in 2015.
Jayne received her nursing degree at Seminole State College, holds a bachelor of healthcare administration from Barry University and has a master of healthcare informatics from the University of Central Florida. She is a member of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives, National Association for Healthcare Quality and the Florida Hospital Association.