Nominations Open for First Annual Imaging Wire Awards

San Diego, California – October 7, 2019 – The Imaging Wire today announced that nominations are open for the first annual Imaging Wire Awards, honoring 2019’s most outstanding contributors to radiology practice and outcomes.

The Imaging Wire Awards will be presented to five imaging professionals for achievements in the following categories:

  • Insights to Action: recognizes efforts to reduce unnecessary imaging
  • Diagnostic Humanitarian: for achievements supporting equality in patient care, in the U.S. or internationally
  • AI Activator: recognizes actions to use artificial intelligence to improve patient care
  • Burnout Fighter: for addressing inefficient work practices that lead to physician burnout
  • Cornerstone: honoring non-physicians for outstanding contributions to the practice of radiology

Those interested in applying or nominating a colleague for one of the above Imaging Wire Awards can do so until November 8th through this link. Winners will be selected by a panel of industry leaders and recognized at RSNA 2019 in Chicago, Illinois.

The 2019 Imaging Wire Awards judges committee includes:

  • Bill Algee, CRA, FAHRA – Columbus Regional Hospital
  • Keith J. Dreyer, DO, PhD, FACR, FSIIM – Partners Healthcare
  • Terence A.S. Matalon, MD, FACR, FSIR – Einstein Healthcare Network
  • Jonathan Messinger, MD – Baptist Health South Florida
  • Pooja Rao, MBBS, PhD – Qure.ai
  • Irena Tocino, MD, FACR – Yale University
  • Syed Furqan Zaidi MD, MBA – Radiology Partners


About The Imaging Wire

The Imaging Wire is a newsletter and website dedicated to making it easy for the people of medical imaging to be well informed about their specialty and industry. Read twice weekly by thousands of global radiology professionals, The Imaging Wire is the first publication from business news company, Insight Links, which is dedicated to expanding news literacy across healthcare. For more information: https://www.theimagingwire.com/

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