Now Accepting Nominations for the 2018 Washington Leaders in Health Care Awards

Seattle Business magazine's 2018 event celebrating Washington state's world-class health care sector is coming up soon.

Seattle Business magazine is looking for individuals and organizations that are pioneering the effort to advance Washington's world-class health sector.

“In this time of great turmoil in the health care industry, it’s more important than ever to recognize the institutions and individuals who are doing so much to make Washington state among the best places in the nation to receive health care,” said Leslie Helm, executive editor of Seattle Business magazine.

Winners will be announced at an awards show in February 2018 and featured in the March 2018 edition of Seattle Business magazine.

Nominations are now open, and the nomination deadline is November 20, 2017. We repeat: the nomination deadline is November 20, 2017. See the nominations form here

Who would be a good candidate for a Leaders in Health Care Award? Good question. There are 10 categories -- Outstanding Medical Center or Hospital Executive- Puget Sound Outstanding Medical Center or Hospital Executive- Outside Puget Sound; Outstanding Medical Group Executive; Outstanding Medical Director or Chief Medical Officer; Achievement in Community Outreach; Achievement in Medical Research; Achievement in Medical Technology; Achievement in Digital health; Innovation in Health Care Delivery; and Lifetime Achievement Award. You can learn more about what we're looking for with a nomination in each of those categories on our nomination form

It also might help you to know who the winners were for last year's Washington Leaders in Health Care Awards, and you can see the full list of winners and links to an article on each individual winner here

Want to see what a Leaders in Health Care Awards night looks like? Check out the photos from our 2017 awards here, and watch the video below.

Any questions? Comments? Looking for more information? Get in touch with us!

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