Health Data Management won the Jesse H. Neal Award for Best Single Issue (by a publication with $3 million to $7 million in revenue) during the American Business Media's annual event March 10 in New York.

The Jesse H. Neal Business Awards, often referred to as the Pulitzer Prizes of business journalism, were created by ABM in 1955 to recognize and reward editorial excellence in independent business publications. Awards were given out in 19 categories, covering print, online and live events.

HDM was honored for its March 2010 edition, which included features on the proposed Stage 1 meaningful use rules, nurse I.T. leaders, ED automation, patient portals, and the "philosophical" EHR approach taken by University of California San Diego Medical Center, among others.

Health Data Management also was a finalist for the Best Single Article award for a feature by Elizabeth Gardner about how electronic health records can cause medical errors.

For more information about the 2011 Neal Awards, click here.

 

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