ITN Awards

Imaging Technology News delivers industry news to nearly 35,000 purchase influencers in radiology, radiation oncology, women’s health and nuclear medicine departments at U.S.-based hospitals and imaging/oncology centers. In addition to commanding the biggest share of market, ITN, with its detailed product comparison charts, is the resource buying team members use for specifying, recommending and authorizing technology purchases.
JESSEHNEAL

The Jesse H. Neal Award, bestowed annually by the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), is recognized as the “Pulitzer Prize of the business press.” Established in 1955, the awards are named after the Association for Business Information & Media’s (ABM) first managing director, who promoted the business press throughout his life. Winners are selected for exhibiting journalistic enterprise, service to the industry and editorial craftsmanship.

2018: FINALIST Best Range of Work By a Single Author The range of work featured articles on trends in radiology technology, blogs, social media posts, and editorial videos filmed by ITN Editor Dave Fornell

 

2017: FINALIST Best Commentary/Blog Greg Freiherr, “How Radiology Can Put the Patient First”

 

2016: FINALIST Best Commentary/Blog Greg Freiherr, “Deals Proliferate in the Dangerous World of CT”

 

2013: FINALIST Best Single Issue of a Tabloid/Newspaper April 2012 issue

 

AZBEES

The Azbee Awards of Excellence, given out annually by the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE), recognize the best editorial, online content and design in business-to-business (B2B) media. Each ASBPE regional chapter gives out its own awards, and national honorees are recognized at the ASBPE annual conference in May.

2019 ASBPE UPPER MIDWEST REGIONAL Awards

Silver: Online Single Topic Coverage by a Team — Proton Therapy

Trends in Proton Therapy — Faster Therapy Delivery, Single-room Installs

VIDEO: Beaumont's Experience With Proton Therapy After One Year

Expanding Insurance Coverage for Proton Therapy

Proton Therapy Continues Rapid Growth

Clinical Considerations for Proton Therapy

Bronze: Print, Regular Column, Contributed — Greg Freiherr, Insights in the Medical Imaging Industry

Value-based Imaging: A Model For Future Innovation

Why We Have to Pay Attention to AI Right Now

 

2018 ASBPE NATIONAL Azbee Awards: Bronze: Editorial Excellence Regular Column, Contributed Greg Freiherr, “The Last Read”

 

Bronze: Online Video News Technology Report: Enterprise Imaging

From the 2016 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting Technology Report: Enterprise Imaging 2016 video

 

2018 ASBPE UPPER MIDWEST REGIONAL Awards

Gold: Video-News (Online)

 

Technology Report: Enterprise Imaging From the 2016 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting

Technology Report: Enterprise Imaging 2016 video

 

Gold: Video-News (Online)

 

Gold: Regular Column, Contributed (Print)

Regular Column, Contributed Greg Freiherr, “The Last Read”

 

Bronze: Trade Show/Conference Coverage (Online) RSNA 2017

 

Bronze: Single Topic Coverage by a Team (Print) October 2017 issue

 

Silver: Enterprise News Story (Online) “Oncology Information Systems Need to Integrate”

 

2017 ASBPE UPPER MIDWEST REGIONAL Awards

Bronze: Online Enterprise News Story Greg Freiherr, “Technology Report: Digital Radiography”

 

Bronze: Print, Regular Contributed Column Greg Freiherr, “How Intelligent Machines Could Make a Difference in Radiology”

 

2016 ASBPE UPPER MIDWEST REGIONAL Awards

Bronze: Regular Column, Contributed Greg Freiherr, “Personalization in the Age of Value Medicine”

 

ASHPE

The American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (ASHPE) Award is dedicated specifically to the healthcare publishing sector, with emphasis on enhancing the development and skills of editors to better serve their healthcare publications. Awards competition winners are assessed by the organization and announced annually.

 

2012: ASHPE Gold Award Best Publication Redesign September 2011 issue

 

2013: ASHPE Silver Award Best Regular Column Greg Freiherr, “How Breast Tomo Could Ignite a Dose War in Digital Mammography”