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Awards

  • 1.

    NOVA Award (07/01/2012)

    Project: Puff City I

    The American Hospital Association honors leadership by its member hospitals and health care systems by presenting AHA NOVA Awards annually to the bright stars of the hospital field that:Improve community health status--whether through health care, economic or social initiativesAre collaborative--joint efforts among health care systems or hospitals, or among hospitals and other community leaders and organizations.Awards are presented in July at the AHA-Health Forum Leadership Summit.

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    Puff City - FREDDIE Award (Inflammatory Diseases) (11/01/2008)

    Project: Puff City II

    Sponsored by the MediMedia Foundation, the preeminent International Health & Medical Media Awards, known as the FREDDIE Awards, held 35 annual competitions (1974-2009) to encourage and recognize excellence in health-related media.FREDDIE’s founder, Dr. Fredrick Gottlieb, brought the worlds of medical science, education and the arts together in what has become the preeminent international media competition devoted to educational health and medical productions. Each year, the competition attracts hundreds of submissions from around the world—documentaries, series, shorts, videos, web sites, and CD-ROMs—in 31 categories. These include Oncology, Diabetes, Fitness/Wellness, Infectious Disease, Prevention, and Women’s Health. All of the submitted media aim to help people live healthier, longer lives. They provide answers for consumers as well as health professionals, and raise important questions, too. The stories they tell are courageous and inspirational, often documenting the lives of those who have overcome tremendous medical struggles and those who have helped them to do so.

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    Puff City - FREDDIE Award (Allergies & Asthma) (11/01/2008)

    Project: Puff City II

    Sponsored by the MediMedia Foundation, the preeminent International Health & Medical Media Awards, known as the FREDDIE Awards, held 35 annual competitions (1974-2009) to encourage and recognize excellence in health-related media.FREDDIE’s founder, Dr. Fredrick Gottlieb, brought the worlds of medical science, education and the arts together in what has become the preeminent international media competition devoted to educational health and medical productions. Each year, the competition attracts hundreds of submissions from around the world—documentaries, series, shorts, videos, web sites, and CD-ROMs—in 31 categories. These include Oncology, Diabetes, Fitness/Wellness, Infectious Disease, Prevention, and Women’s Health. All of the submitted media aim to help people live healthier, longer lives. They provide answers for consumers as well as health professionals, and raise important questions, too. The stories they tell are courageous and inspirational, often documenting the lives of those who have overcome tremendous medical struggles and those who have helped them to do so.

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    CHAT - Ellwood Award (05/01/2003)

    Project: eCHAT

    The Foundation For Accountability (FACCT), was a national non-profit organization working to improve health care for Americans by advocating for an accountable and accessible system where consumers are partners in their care and help shape the delivery of care. The Foundation was created in 1995 to  bring a fresh emphasis on health outcomes and patient experience to the emerging quality measurement field and to advocate for broader public reporting of quality information at all levels. The Ellwood Award was presented annually to the organization or person whose accomplishments had best demonstrated vision, courage, impact and long-term commitment to shaping and advancing accountability in health care. The awards honored the leadership of Paul Ellwood, MD in his efforts to help America build an accountable consumer-centered health care system. Dr. Ellwood, founder of Interstudy and the Jackson Hole Group, brought health care, public policy and business leaders together for nearly three decades to share ideas and strategies for improving health care.

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    Better Health - Laureate Finalist Medal (04/01/2003)

    Project: Better Health

    Founded by Computerworld and the Smithsonian Institute in 1988, the prestigious Honors Program "...brings together the Chairmen or Chief Executive Officers of the world's foremost information technology companies with the world's leading universities, libraries and research institutions to document a revolution in progress: the global information technology revolution. The Honors Program is dedicated to identifying the men and women, organizations and institutions, that are leading this revolution and to recording the impact of their achievements on society."

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    CHAT - Ehrenreich Prize in Healthcare Ethics Research (08/01/2002)

    Project: eCHAT

    The mission of the Pacific Center for Health Policy and Ethics at the University of Southern California Law School is to enhance the quality of the healthcare system by focusing attention on the ethical dimensions of health care, biomedical research, and medical education. The Mark S. Ehrenreich Prize for Healthcare Ethics Research aims to give early recognition to outstanding researchers who are beginning a career in healthcare ethics.

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    Tips for Teens - Laureate Finalist Medal (04/01/2001)

    Project: The STD Prevention Channel: Tips for Teens

    Founded by Computerworld and the Smithsonian Institute in 1988, the prestigious Honors Program "...brings together the Chairmen or Chief Executive Officers of the world's foremost information technology companies with the world's leading universities, libraries and research institutions to document a revolution in progress: the global information technology revolution. The Honors Program is dedicated to identifying the men and women, organizations and institutions, that are leading this revolution and to recording the impact of their achievements on society."

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    Health 'o' Vision CD Vol. 1 - Laureate Finalist Medal (04/01/2001)

    Project: Health'o'Vision CD-ROMs

    Founded by Computerworld and the Smithsonian Institute in 1988, the prestigious Honors Program "...brings together the Chairmen or Chief Executive Officers of the world's foremost information technology companies with the world's leading universities, libraries and research institutions to document a revolution in progress: the global information technology revolution. The Honors Program is dedicated to identifying the men and women, organizations and institutions, that are leading this revolution and to recording the impact of their achievements on society.

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    Health 'o' Vision - Outstanding Quality (05/01/1998)

    Project: Health'o'Vision

    The Partnerships for Networked Consumer Health Information sponsored Technology Showcase (1995-2000) represented the premier competition and leading opportunity for developers and vendors of interactive health communication applications (e.g., health Web sites, health-related CD-ROMs/DVDs) to gain valuable feedback on and recognition for their innovative programs.

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    Health 'o' Vision - 1st Place Popular Vote (05/01/1998)

    Project: Health'o'Vision

    The Partnerships for Networked Consumer Health Information sponsored Technology Showcase (1995-2000) represented the premier competition and leading opportunity for developers and vendors of interactive health communication applications (e.g., health Web sites, health-related CD-ROMs/DVDs) to gain valuable feedback on and recognition for their innovative programs