Health Data Management has won two 2011 awards from the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors, the second time in a month that the magazine has been honored for journalism excellence.

News Editor Joseph Goedert won the Gold Award in the category of best legislative/government article for Meaningful Use: This is Gonna Hurt, which appeared in the March 2010 issue and examined industry reaction to the proposed meaningful use rules.

Editor-in-Chief Greg Gillespie won the Silver Award in the category of best case history for A Little Faith Goes a Long Way, which appeared in the October 2010 issue and chronicled the journey of 166-bed Faith Regional Health Services' implementation of an enterprise electronic health record in less than six months.

Last month, HDM's March 2010 issue won the Jesse H. Neal Award for Best Single Issue by a publication with $3 million to $7 million in revenue. An August 2010 feature story by Elizabeth Gardner about how electronic health records can cause medical errors was one of three finalists for Best Single Article. The Neal awards are often referred to as the "Pulitzer Prizes" of business journalism.

 

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