A distinguished panel of judges selected the 2012 inductees to the Health Care Hall of Fame. The five people who participated in the deliberations represent a variety of organizations associated with the healthcare industry.
He served six years as a senior director and vice president of the pre-merger Blue Cross Association, eight years as group vice president of the American Hospital Association, and 18 years as president and CEO of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield affiliate in Rochester, N.Y., before he retired in 2003.But Howard Berman says he never had any particular aspirations for a fancy job title.
When motorists see a blue and white hospital sign with an upper-case “H,” it means hope is nearby, former American Hospital Association President Richard Davidson maintains.
In addition to the two healthcare visionaries inducted into the Hall of Fame this year, 90 others have been inducted since its inception in 1988.
Howard Berman and Richard Davidson make up the latest class of inductees to Modern Healthcare's Health Care Hall of Fame.
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