News | Radiology Business | February 23, 2017

ITN Named 2017 Jesse H. Neal Award Finalist for Best Commentary/Blog

Sister publication Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology a finalist for Best Use of Social Media

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February 23, 2017 — The Software & Information Industry Association recently announced the 2017 Jesse H. Neal Award finalists, with ITN named a finalist in the Best Commentary/Blog category for “How Radiology Can Put the Patient First” by Contributing Editor Greg Freiherr. The September blog post was the culmination of a themed blog series on patient centricity.

ITN’s sister publication, Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology, was also named a 2017 Neal Award finalist, achieving recognition in the Best Use of Social Media category for its extensive social media campaign in cardiology.

The Jesse H. Neal Award is recognized as the “Pulitzer Prize of the business press.” Established in 1955, the awards are named after ABM’s first managing director, who promoted the business press throughout his life.

The winners, selected for exhibiting journalistic enterprise, service to the industry and editorial craftsmanship, will be announced March 31, at the New York City awards luncheon.

See other awards ITN has earned.

For more information: www.itnonline.com

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