Do you know an individual or organization that deserves to be in the Healthcare Internet Hall of Fame? Someone who has made significant contributions to the healthcare Internet field at a local, state or national level? Who has shown the ability or influence to effect change in the industry? Nominations are now being accepted for the 2013 class.
The Healthcare Internet Hall of Fame was established in 2011 to honor both individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to the healthcare Internet industry, and to ensure that the history of the industry is preserved for the future generations. Last year’s inductees included:
- Ed Bennett, director of web and communications technology for the University of Maryland Medical System
- Mark Gothberg, editor of eHealthcare Strategy & Trends and chairman of the eHealthcare Leadership Awards for Health Care Communications
- Community Health Network of Indianapolis, whose eBusiness team has demonstrated, over a decade, innovations in the use of Internet technologies for healthcare consumers
- PatientsLikeMe, a free online community where patients can connect with each other to better understand their diseases, share condition and treatment information, and get the support they need to improve their health.
- Mayo Clinic, who launched one of the earliest health information sites on the Internet, and today, receives nearly 30 million unique visits per month from all over the world.
Please nominate a worthy individual or organization. Information regarding criteria and the nomination process can be found at the Healthcare Internet Hall of Fame website (www.hihof.com). All nominations must be received by August 2, 2013. New members will be inducted at the Greystone.Net Healthcare Internet Conference in November 2013 in New Orleans.
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