Sometimes, the best way to improve a field is to break the rules. That’s why AAMI and TRIMEDX have partnered to create a new annual award that will honor former AAMI Board Member John Daniel Hughes Jr, a healthcare technology management (HTM) leader known for his sense of humor and willingness to challenge the status quo. John passed away in 2018 after a long bout with cancer.
The AAMI & TRIMEDX John D. Hughes Iconoclast Award will recognize individuals who push the boundaries of the HTM profession and demonstrate individual excellence, achievement, and leadership. Nominations are due by May 10.
“There are so many people who simply ‘go with the flow’ because either it is easier, or they just don’t think that change is possible. The award winner should be someone who is comfortable challenging the norm,” said Larry Hertzler, senior vice president at TRIMEDX and a longtime friend of Hughes.
Candidates for the AAMI & TRIMEDX John D. Hughes Iconoclast Award must demonstrate:
Candidates should also demonstrate:
To submit a nomination for the AAMI & TRIMEDX John D. Hughes Iconoclast Award, email a letter, CV, and evidence of additional types of activities relevant to this award to Steve Campbell at email@example.com by Friday, May 10.
The winner will receive a $1,000 check and a plaque during a special ceremony at the AAMI Exchange, the name for the association’s growing and revamped annual conference and expo. The Exchange will be held June 7–10 in Cleveland, OH.
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