Nov. 19, 2020 – This is a rush transcript from “Hannity” November 19, 2020. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
SEAN HANNITY, FOX NEWS HOST: I thought I lost you for a second. It went blank. I said, wait a minute, what happened?
All right, Tucker, thank you.
Welcome to “Hannity.”
All right. Tonight, the Trump campaign vowing to investigate — by the way, wouldn’t every American want to have faith and confidence in your elections? Every election irregularity, legitimate claim of fraud and abuse, these are American people, sworn affidavits, so that every legal vote can be counted in a fair, verifiable way, and we need a system we can all have confidence in, don’t we? So, yeah, it’s worth it.
Coming up, we are going to have more on the recount developments in Wisconsin. Reince Priebus has an update. Ronna McDaniel
Doug Forrester, Chairman of Integrity Health, today announced the appointment of Colleen Woods to serve as Chief Information Officer. In this role, Woods will expand ways in which Integrity Health’s Partnership Health Centers deliver improved health outcomes and reduce healthcare costs for public employers and employees across the state.
Previously, Woods served as New Jersey’s Health IT Coordinator from 2010 until 2013. In that position, Woods oversaw $1 billion in funding for electronic medical record adoption and a health information exchange – a strategic model that is still in statewide development that includes four active health information exchange organizations (now regional health hubs), and the NJ Health Information Network (NJHIN). Woods previously served as Chief Information Officer at the New Jersey Department of Human Services.
Woods is the founder of CMH Consulting Group, which assists healthcare organizations, including hospitals, not-for-profit organizations, providers and state agencies in the development of innovative,