About the Health Care Hall of Fame Recognition Program
This prestigious award is in partnership between Modern Healthcare and the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and was created to honor the men and women who have made outstanding contributions and extraordinary strides in the healthcare industry.
Each year, two or three healthcare luminaries are inducted into the Modern Healthcare Hall of Fame. Since 1988, ninety-five healthcare visionaries, original thinkers and leaders have been honored with the well-respected distinction and a recognition plaque installed in the Healthcare Hall of Fame, prominently displayed at Pennsylvania Hospital, the nation's first hospital founded by Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Bond.
- No longer be working full-time in the healthcare industry or a profession allied to the healthcare industry for at least 2 years.
- Not be employed by or under contract with Modern Healthcare
- Not have been nominated more than five times for induction into the Health Care Hall of Fame
Key Dates & Deadlines
- OCTOBER 13, 2014 – Health Care Hall of Fame opens for nominations
- DECEMBER 12, 2014 – Deadline for Health Care Hall of Fame Nominations
- JANUARY 12, 2015 – Winners announced in Modern Healthcare magazine, newsletters and on ModernHealthcare.com
- MARCH 16 – Profiles of winners to be published in Modern Healthcare magazine and on ModernHealthcare.com
Nomination will be reviewed and judged based on the following criteria:
- Successfully led one or more organizations in the healthcare industry or a profession allied to the healthcare industry (e.g., provider, supplier, academia, association, etc.)
- Made a lasting contribution to the healthcare industry and/or the patients served by the healthcare industry
- Made numerous significant contributions to the healthcare field at the local, state, and national levels. Contributions must be extraordinary or far exceed the expectations for someone in the candidate's position
- Assumed a leadership position in the healthcare industry outside of the candidate's own organization or company
- Demonstrated a willingness to share his or her expertise with others in the healthcare industry
- Served as a role model or mentor to others in the healthcare industry
- Showed the ability or influence to effect change in the healthcare industry
- To nominate, click the “Nominate” button located above or click here and complete all of the information on the following page. A confirmation email will be sent directly to email provided for final instructions on submitting the required documentation outlined below.
- If you prefer to send hard copies of your nomination documents, please mail them to the following address:
Health Care Hall of Fame c/o Anna Stephens, Marketing Coordinator
150 N. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60601
Required Materials/DocumentationMaterials needed to nominate include:
- CV or resume of the nominee
- No more than 1,000 words detailing why the candidate meets the requirements for induction consideration
- Optional: Additional documentation demonstrating the candidate's successes in the healthcare industry. – Up to 10 pages and/or file size no bigger than 25 MB Additional documentation may include:
- PR/Media articles or clips
- Recommendation letter(s) from previous employers, co-workers, and/or colleagues
- Other nominee background information
FeeThere is no applicable fee to nominate for this recognition program.
EventThe American College of Executives (ACHE) hosts an awards gala for the Health Care Hall of Fame Inductees each year. To receive a notification when tickets go on sale, please click here.
Previous InductessTo view a list of inductees from previous years, please click here.
SponsorshipInterested in sponsoring the industry's most prestigious recognition program? Please contact your Modern Healthcare Account Executive at 312.649.5311 to learn more.
ContactIf you have any questions about the Health Care Hall of Fame Recognition Program, please contact Anna Stephens at 312-649-5499 or [email protected].
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