“I am incredibly proud of the editors and writers for both Health Facilities Management and Hospital & Health Networks,” --Michelle Hoffman, Editorial Executive Director, Health Forum
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 12, 2015
Two Health Forum magazines, Health Facilities Management and Hospital & Health Networks, have been nominated for business journalism’s top prize, the Jesse H. Neal Awards, which are presented by the Association of Business Information & Media Companies.
Health Facilities Management is among the nominees for “Best Theme Issue of a Magazine or Newspaper” in the Brand Revenue category of less than $3 million for its issue “Out Bound: The Drive Toward Community-Based Care Accelerates.” Hospitals and Health Networks is nominated in four categories in the $3 million to $7 million Brand Revenue grouping:
- Best Commentary: “Health Matters”
- Best Subject Related Series: “New Models of Care” and “The Boomer Challenge”
- Best Single Article: “Embracing Risk”
- Best Single Issue of a Magazine: February 2014
This first time work from Health Facilities Management was submitted for consideration, and it is the magazine’s first nomination. Hospitals and Health Networks has been recognized several times in the past, and in 2013, the magazine’s series, “Health Care’s Costliest 1%” was one of three finalists for the ABM’s Grand Neal Award. The series won that year’s Jesse H. Neal Award for “Best Subject-Related Series.”
“I am incredibly proud of the editors and writers for both Health Facilities Management and Hospital & Health Networks,” says Michelle Hoffman, Health Forum’s executive editorial director. “Their commitment and dedication to outstanding and innovative business journalism delivers timely and crucial information to health care leaders across the country.”
About Health Forum:
Health Forum is a strategic business enterprise of the American Hospital Association (AHA) which develops and delivers information and innovative services to help health care leaders achieve organizational performance excellence and sustainability.