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New York eHealth Collaborative Announces Winners for its Digital Health Conference Gala Awards
Date:10/19/2011

NEW YORK, Oct. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC) today announced the winners of its annual gala awards for individuals who have made tremendous contributions to the world of health information technology and healthcare. The awards will be presented on the first night of the NYeC Digital Health Conference 2011 on Thursday, Dec. 1.

"We look forward to bringing together the many people leading the advancement of health IT in New York State," said Carol Raphael, Chair of NYeC's Board of Directors. "It's important work we are all involved in and we want to celebrate those innovators making the big strides that will improve healthcare for all New Yorkers."

Gala Awardees:

  • Farzad Mostashari, MD, ScM: National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, Office of the National Coordinator
  • Greater Rochester Business Alliance: Sandra A. Parker, President and Chief Executive Officer, accepting
  • Markle Foundation: Zoe Baird Budinger, President and Co-Chair of the Markle Task Force on National Security in the Information Age, accepting
  • Special Recognition Award to individuals at the New York State Department of Health who pioneered the state's significant commitment to health IT:
    • Lori Evans Bernstein
    • Rachel Block
    • Richard F. Daines, MD
    • C. William Schroth
    • Nirav R. Shah, MD, MPH
    • Dennis Whalen

The gala will be held on the waterfront in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood. Proceeds benefit technology-enabled healthcare transformation in New York. NYeC is committed to creating policies and infrastructure to promote better healthcare for all new Yorkers through the use of technology.

The event is hosted by the NYeC Board of Directors:

Carol Raphael – President and CEO, Visiting Nurse Service of New York (Chair)

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