Do you know a person or organization that has made numerous, lasting and significant contributions to the healthcare Internet field at a local, state or national level? If so, you have until the end of day Friday, June 1, 2012 to nominate them for the 2012 Healthcare Internet Hall of Fame. Nominations will be accepted for the following categories:
- Innovative Individuals
- Innovative Provider Organizations
- Innovative Products and Services
The contributions of the nominated organizations and individuals to the industry must be extraordinary and far exceed what might be generally expected or accepted. Candidates selected by the Board of Judges will be individuals or organizations that clearly standout from the mainstream, and whose work and accomplishments distinguish them from others working in the same field.
The Healthcare Internet Hall of Fame was established in 2011 to honor men, women and organizations that have made outstanding, long-lasting contributions to the healthcare Internet industry. The organization’s purpose, while honoring innovation, is to ensure that the “history” of the industry is preserved for future generations new to the healthcare industry.
Although initially organized by Greystone.Net, the Hall of Fame is an independent organization whose annual inductees are selected by an independent Board of Judges. Inductions are made at the Healthcare Internet Hall of Fame luncheon during the annual Healthcare Internet Conference.
The 2011 inductees were John Eudes, co-founder of Greystone.Net, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Sharp Healthcare, Epic, Estrada CMS and WebMD. Click here to read more about their accomplishments.
So, who would you nominate?