HPN Hall of Fame

In the Byzantine world of healthcare purchasing, products and processes may matter the most but overall people make the difference. People evaluate, acquire, use and dispose of products, as well as adopt and implement processes to operate more cost-effectively and efficiently. While it may not be rocket science, it’s definitely an art form to influence and negotiate with others to achieve a common purpose. Since its inception in 1977 Healthcare Purchasing News has recognized this and has chronicled people’s stories of success and failure-on-the-road-to-success, from which readers can learn and propel the profession. From those efforts emerged a series of awards bestowed on the best and brightest of the industry.

CS/SPD DEPARTMENT OF THE YEAR
JEANNIE A. AKRIDGE SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
P.U.R.E. AWARD FOR SUPPLY CHAIN-FOCUSED PHYSICIANS
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT DEPT. OF THE YEAR
SUPPLY CHAIN OPERATIONS WORTH WATCHING
S.U.R.E. AWARD FOR SUPPLY CHAIN-FOCUSED CEOS

CS/SPD DEPARTMENT OF THE YEAR

Saluting Sterile Processing Leaders

HPN recognizes and honors sterile processing leaders and their staffs for the dedicated team effort required to make central service successful with our annual CS/SPD Department of the Year award. To the many men and women working together on top-notch teams at noteworthy hospitals across the country: Thank you.

How to nominate your team for HPN’s next CS/SPD Department of the Year award

Entries will be judged on elements in the following
5 areas:

Customer service – How the department has handled supply processing and distribution for internal customers, including the operating room and nursing floors.

Productivity – How the department has increased output, improved service levels, and enhanced quality, cost savings, and patient benefits. Has use of technology helped contribute to productivity improvements?

Teamwork – How well department staff members work together; how they work to make the department greater than the sum of its parts.

Education and training – How well the department prepares staff members to do a safe, cost-effective, efficient job; how well it prepares members for career advancement.

Strategic outlook – Does the department have a strategic plan? What does it entail? What are its elements of innovation, creativity, and originality?

Highlight as many specific, measurable achievements and goals met over the past year, as well as the department name, telephone number, number of full-time employees, scope of responsibilities, and number of beds at the facility. Submit to editor@hpnonline.com.

Deadline: March 2.


A judging panel of respected central service professionals from across the country, HPN staff representatives and our editorial advisory board will evaluate each nomination in the five areas above.

To qualify Nominees MUST comply with the following rules:

  1. All nominations must be original and exclusive to HPN and not have been submitted – either original or edited – to any other publication or online media outlet currently or within the previous year.
  2. GPO, distributor, manufacturer, software company and consultant support is commendable, but we’re looking for internally driven details beyond those contributions.
  3. Any nominated organization must be willing to share information regarding surgical volumes and annual performance and production details including number of instruments processed.

2017 – LeeSar

2017 Finalists

Stony Brook (NY) University Hospital

University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City, IA

Wesley Healthcare, Wichita, KS

2016 – Jewish Hospital, Lewisville, KY

2016 Finalists

The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics Central Sterilizing Services, Iowa City, IA

Texas Health Harris Methodist Fort Worth (TX) Sterile Processing Williamsport (PA) Regional Medical Center-Susquehanna Health Sterile Processing

2015 – Silver Cross Hospital


2014 – Sanford Medical Center Fargo

2014 Finalists

North Mississippi Medical Center, Tupelo, MS

Silver Cross Hospital, New Lenox, IL

2013 – Peninsula Regional Medical Center

2013 Finalists

Exeter (NH) Hospital

North Mississippi Medical Center, Tupelo, MS

Rush University Medical Center, Chicago

Sanford USD Medical Center, Sioux Falls, SD

2012 – Florida Hospital Altamonte

2012 Finalist

Memorial Hermann TMC, Houston

2011 – H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute, Tampa, FL

2011 Finalists

Medical Center of the Rockies, Loveland, CO

The Methodist Hospital, Houston

2010 – Community Medical Center, TomsRiver, NJ

2010 Finalists

Kettering (OH) Medical Center

Memorial Hospital, York, PA

New England Baptist Hospital, Boston

2009 – Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH

2009 Finalists

CoxHealth, Springfield, MO

Fletcher Allen Health Care

2008 – Christiana Care Health System, Newark, DE

2008 Finalists

Hospital for Special Surgery, New York

University of Utah Health Care, Salt Lake City

2007 – Centra Health, Lynchburg, VA

2007 Finalists

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, New Brunswick, NJ

University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX

Yuma (AZ) Regional Medical Center

2006 – NYU Medical Center, New York

2006 Finalist

Gundersen Lutheran Health Systems, La Crosse, WI

Heart of Lancaster Regional Medical Center, Lititz, PA

Yuma (AZ) Regional Medical Center<

2005 – Reid Hospital & Health Care Services, Richmond, IN

2005 Finalists

Hamot Medical Center, Erie, PA

Poudre Valley Health System, Fort Collins, CO

2004 – Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, WA

2004 Finalists

Boone Hospital Center, Columbia, MO

F.F. Thompson Hospital, Canandaigua, NY

Newport (RI) Hospital

Southwest General Health Center, Middleburg Heights, OH

2003 – Ohio MedCentral, Mansfield, OH


2002 – Cleveland (OH) Clinic


2001 – Via Christi Regional Medical Center, Wichita, KS


2000 – Cox Health Systems,Springfield, MO


1999 – The Children’s Hospital, Denver, CO


1998 – St. Marys Health Center, Jefferson City, MO


1997 – Parkview Hospital, Fort Wayne, IN


1996 – St Vincent Medical Center, Worcester, MA


1995 – Kaiser Permanente, Bellflower, CA


1994 – Sarasota (FL) Memorial Hospital


1993 – South Georgia Medical Center, Valdosta, GA

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JEANNIE A. AKRIDGE SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

 

How to enter to win HPN’s Jeannie A. Akridge Memorial Scholarship

Write a short essay describing why your sterile processing department makes a difference in safe healthcare. Tell us how you and your colleagues work together to promote patient safety and internal customer satisfaction, including those in the operating room and nursing floors. Be sure to highlight as many specific, measurable achievements and goals as possible.

Include your name, job title, organization, department name, telephone number and address and submit to editor@hpnonline.com.

Deadline: September 30.


HPN
will announce the winner on November 4, to commemorate the anniversary of Jeannie’s passing.

“The Jeannie A. Akridge Memorial Scholarship” – a tribute to the memory of former Healthcare Purchasing News Managing Editor Jeannie Akridge – gives sterile processing professionals an opportunity to win tuition to the annual International Association of Healthcare Central Service Materiel Management (IAHCSMM) conference.

2016 – Guy Dumas, CRCST, Lead Medical Supply Technician, Manchester VA Medical Center.

2015 – Jo M. Wood, CRCST, Compliance and Education Supervisor at Boston Medical Center

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P.U.R.E. AWARD FOR SUPPLY CHAIN-FOCUSED PHYSICIANS

 

How to nominate supply chain-focused physicians for the P.U.R.E. award

Nominate noteworthy physicians for recognition by emailing us reasons how and why a supply chain-focused physician in your organization deserves the spotlight – no more than a couple of paragraphs are needed. Please describe how and why he or she understands, respects, and engages the Supply Chain Management department and its leaders as a bridge between clinical, financial and operational success.

For your nomination to qualify, please comply with the following rules:

  1. All nominations must be original and exclusive to HPN and not have been submitted – either original or edited – to any other publication or online media outlet currently or within the previous year.
  2. All nominations must focus on team-driven contributions and results more heavily than outsourced services to consultants, distributors and GPOs. Basically, emphasize what your team has accomplished over what a third-party vendor did for you.
  3. Any nominated physician (or nominator) must be willing to share relevant basic financial details with our readers – specifically annual revenues, annual expenses and annual purchasing volume.
  4. Only physicians are eligible for consideration

Submit nominations to editor@hpnonline.com.

Deadline: May 31.


HPN
will announce the winners in the July issue.

We want to recognize physicians who have made solid contributions to supply chain operations – activities, practices and thinking – and we want to further solidify and strengthen the clinical bonds between physicians and supply chain professionals.

We’re witnessing more doctors and surgeons participating in supply chain operations with more depth than ever before, Physicians Understanding, Respecting and Engaging Supply Chain professionals or “P.U.R.E.” This award goes to these docs who trust Supply Chain to enhance their clinical practices and the patient care they deliver.

PURE Award for Supply Chain-Focused MDs

2017 – Supply Chain can fuel doctor-patient relationships, organizational health

Stephen Trigg, MD, Physician Liaison and Consultant, Mayo Clinic’s Department of
Orthopedics, Jacksonville, FL, Michael Suk, MD, JD, MPH, FACS, Chief Physician Officer, Geisinger System Services and Chairman, Musculoskeletal Institute, Geisinger Health System, Danville, PA, M. Jonathan Worsey, MD, Board-certified colorectal surgeon on staff at Scripps Memorial Hospital, La Jolla, CA, and Medical Director of Value Analysis for the Scripps Health System

2016 – Physician preference: Supply Chain matters for patient, industry health

Li Ern Chen, MD, MSCS, Vice President, Surgery, Baylor Scott & White Health, Dallas; Jimmy Chung, MD, FACS, CHCQM, Director, Medical Products Analysis, Providence Health & Services, Seattle; Sean Lyden, MD, FACS, Professor and Chairman, Department of Vascular Surgery, and Medical Director of Supply Chain, Cleveland Clinic, and Chief Medical Officer, Excelerate Strategic Health Sourcing, Lyndhurst, OH;David Reiter, MD, MBA, FACS, Vice President and Executive Director, Center for Healthcare Entrepreneurship & Scientific Solutions, and Professor (Otolaryngology – Facial Plastic Surgery), Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia.

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SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT OF THE YEAR

Saluting Healthcare Purchasing Leaders 

Healthcare Purchasing News has recognized and honored materials management leaders, focusing on department directors and key executives between 1986 and 2000. In 2004, however, HPN expanded the honor to the annual “Materials Management Department of the Year” award, which acknowledges the dedication of the entire staff for effective and efficient supply management. We salute those men and women we’ve profiled in the past, many of whom have since changed jobs or retired, as well as the noteworthy hospitals with top-notch teams.

How to nominate your team for HPN’s Supply Chain Department of the Year award

Nominate your team today by providing details of achievements and accomplishments in the following 6 areas:

Teamwork – How well department staff members communicate, cooperate and work together to make the department collectively greater than the sum of its multiple functions.

Innovation – How the department approaches day-to-day operations for internal customers that highlights and reinforces its importance to the organization, including the use of information technology and performance improvement management processes to improve efficiency and productivity.

Customer service – How the department manages product evaluations, contracting, purchasing, distribution, inventory management, consulting and facilitation for internal customers, including the operating room, nursing floors, and others, such as laboratory, radiology, clinical specialties and outpatient services.

Patient Care – How the department’s administrative, financial and operational activities directly and indirectly influence doctors and nurses and clinical performance in terms of high-quality patient care.

Financial/Operational Cost Savings – How specifically the department has reduced non-labor and labor expenses to maintain a healthy bottom line for the organization, including increased productivity, improved service levels and fewer errors.

Comprehensive Strategic Planning – How the department efficiently and intelligently works with partners along the supply chain continuum, including raw materials suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, group purchasing organizations, service companies (such as consulting firms and waste management firms) to assist their internal customers within the individual hospital or multiple facilities within the health system for the benefit of patients.

Document and submit your accomplishments to: editor@hpnonline.com.

Deadline: May 15.


To qualify nominees MUST comply with the following rules:

  • Only nominations submitted exclusively to HPN and not to any other publication or association awards for any aspect of supply chain, including excellence, innovation and performance improvement, will be considered. If you plan to submit or have submitted your case study as a nomination to other organizations in addition to HPN, we ask that you make a choice between HPN and those other organizations.
  • All nominations must focus on team-driven contributions and results more heavily than outsourced services to consultants, distributors and GPOs. Basically, emphasize what your team has accomplished over what a third-party vendor did for you.
  • All nominated facilities must be willing to share relevant basic financial details with our readers, such as annual revenues, annual expenses and annual purchasing volume.

2017 – Fairview Health Services

2016 – Christus Health

2015 – Riverside Health System

2014 – Vanderbilt University Medical Center

2013 –  Greenville (SC) Health System

2012 – UPMC Health System, Pittsburgh, PA

2011 – WellStar Health System, Atlanta, GA

2010 – Broward Health, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

2009 – Mountain States Health Alliance, Johnson City, TN

2008 – Geisinger Health System, Danville, PA

2007 – SSM Health Care-St. Louis

2006 –  Baptist Health System, Birmingham, AL

2005 – Cleveland (OH) Clinic

2004 – Terrebonne General Medical Center, Houma, LA
HPN’s Materials Manager of the Year/ Materials Management Leadership Award recipients

2000: Vicki Doss, regional director of materials management, Central California Division, Adventist Health,
Bakersfield, CA

1999: Brett Still, CPM, MBA, director, regional materials management, Providence Health System-Portland (OR)

1998: Brenda Meares, manager, procurement services, WakeMed, Raleigh, NC

1997: Timothy K. Glennon, vice president and corporate procurement officer, Staten Island (NY) University Hospital

1996: Sara M. “Sally” Bird, deputy director, Directorate of Medical Materiel, Defense Personnel Support Center,
Defense Logistics Agency, Philadelphia

1995: John Gialanella, director of materiel services, the University of Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, MI

1994: James Francis, vice president of materiel services, BJC Health System, St. Louis

1993: T. Tod Timmel, Genesee Hospital, Rochester, NY

1992: Stuart Wasilewski, director of materials management, Rockford (IL) Memorial Hospital

1991: Robert Simpson, Neponset Valley Health System, Norwood, MA

1990: George Malik, Philadelphia-Lankenau Hospital

1989: Douglas Carr, Nanaimo (BC) Regional General Hospital, Canada

1988: James Gandy, Baptist Medical Center, Jacksonville, FL

1987: Peter Mike, Tucson (AZ) Medical Center

1986: Lee Boergadine, Yale-New Haven (CT) Hospital

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SUPPLY CHAIN OPERATIONS WORTH WATCHING

 

Healthcare Purchasing News recognizes and salutes those teams of professionals who seem to go beyond the call of duty to make a difference and succeed as tangible examples for others to follow.

What makes a supply chain team worth watching? What they’re doing and why they matter in the areas of cost-cutting, efficiency-driven, clinically motivated and patient-centric concepts, ideas, activities and outcomes. While these categories may seem rather cut-and-dry statistically, we use anecdotal, unscientific and completely subjective methods to choose organizations, motivated by self-reported innovative thinking and work.

How to nominate your team for HPN’s Supply Chain Operations Worth Watching recgonition

What makes a supply chain team worth watching? What they’re doing and why they matter in the areas of cost-cutting, efficiency-driven, clinically motivated and patient-centric concepts, ideas, activities and outcomes. Within your organization, who’s doing top-notch, innovative work? We plan to publish mini-profiles of these organizations in HPN’s December edition. We’d like your help in suggesting, justifying and validating these organizations.

So who in your organization should join this elite group? You won’t know unless you nominate a facility by answering the following two questions.

  1. What/who are the top 3-5 hospital and/or IDN supply chain organizations you’d recommend for consideration? Please list the organization name, location, contact person and contact information including email address.
  2. For each of the recommendations above, please highlight in bullet point and/or paragraph form why you believe this organization’s supply chain operation is one to watch and perhaps emulate? Please provide as many relevant and salient details as possible to “sell” your nomination(s).

We’re going to collect the recommendations and evaluate them based on their “nominations.” Please note that you or your organization will not be identified as nominating the organization, but if a number of your organizations make the list you’ll certainly earn some bragging rights. Visit HPN’s Hall of Fame for facilities that have made HPN’s roster.

Nominate your team today at:  editor@hpnonline.com.

Deadline: Oct 31.

2016 Supply Chain Operations Worth Watching:

  • Advocate Health Care, Downers Grove, IL
  • Ardent Health Services, Nashville, TN
  • AtlantiCare, Atlantic City, NJ
  • BJC HealthCare, St. Louis, MO
  • St. Luke’s Health System, Kansas City, MO
  • Texas Health Resources, Arlington, TX
  • Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
  • Tufts Medical Center, Boston, MA

2015 Supply Chain Operations Worth Watching:

          • Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
          • Denver Health, Denver, CO
          • Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System (FMOL), Baton Rouge, LA
          • HCA Supply Chain Services, Nashville, TN
          • Legacy Health, Portland, OR
          • Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), Charleston, SC
          • Mercy Hospital Joplin, Joplin, MO
          • New York-Presbyterian Hospital, New York, NY
          • Northwestern Memorial HealthCare, Chicago, IL
          • Riverside Health System, Newport News, VA
          • St. Francis Hospital Medical Center, Hartford, CT

2014 Supply Chain Operations Worth Watching:

          • Adventist HealthCare, Gaithersburg, MD
          • Agnesian HelathCare, Fond du Lac, WI
          • Berkshire Health Systems, Pittsfield, MA
          • Ellis Medicine, Schenectady, NY
          • Integris Health, Oklahoma City, OK
          • Loma Linda (CA) University Medical Center
          • North Texas Medical Center, Gainesville, TX
          • St. Rita’s Medical Center, Lima, OH
          • UCSF Medical Center, San Francisco
          • Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN
          • Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, Glendale WI

2013 Supply Chain Operations Worth Watching:

          • CHE-Trinity Health, Livonia, MI
          • The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
          • CHRISTUS Health, Dallas
          • Continuum Health Partners, New York
          • Intermountain Healthcare, Salt Lake City
          • Kaleida Health, Buffalo, NY
          • SCL Health System, Denver
          • South County Hospital, Wakefield, RI
          • SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY
          • University Health System, San Antonio, TX
          • William Beaumont Health System, Royal Oak, MI

2012 Supply Chain Operations Worth Watching:

          • Banner Health, Phoenix
          • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston
          • Concord (NH) Hospital
          • Edward Hospital & Health Services, Naperville, IL
          • Jefferson Regional Medical Center, Pine Bluff, AR
          • Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas
          • St. Luke’s Health System, Boise, ID
          • Scottsdale (AZ) Health
          • Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia PA
          • UAB University Hospital, Birmingham, AL
          • University of Chicago Hospitals & Healthcare

2011 Supply Chain Operations Worth Watching:

          • Broward Health, Fort Lauderdale, FL
          • Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston
          • Fletcher Allen Healthcare, Burlington, VT
          • Froedtert Health, Milwaukee
          • Geisinger Health System, Danville, PA
          • Greenville (SC) Health System
          • Lancaster (PA) General Health
          • LeeSar, Fort Myers, FL
          • Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
          • McLeod Health, Florence, SC
          • Memorial Hermann Healthcare System, Houston
          • Mercy/Resource Optimization and Innovation, Chesterfield, MO
          • Mountain States Health Alliance, Johnson City, TN
          • The Ohio State University Medical Center, Columbus, OH
          • Orlando (FL) Health
          • Piedmont Health, Atlanta
          • University of Pittsburgh (PA) Medical Center
          • WellStar Health System, Marietta, GA

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S.U.R.E. AWARD FOR SUPPLY CHAIN-FOCUSED CEOS

 

Saluting the C-Suite

Each year Healthcare Purchasing News recognizes hospital CEOs with clear dedication to supply chain management with our annual S.U.R.E. Award for Supply Chain-Focused CEOs. spotlights chief administrators who actively SUPPORT, UNDERSTAND, RECOGNIZE and EMPOWER supply chain managers to be successful as strategic partners at the executive table. Help us to put a spotlight on the best next year by nominating noteworthy hospital presidents/CEOs. SURE Award for Supply Chain-Focused CEOs

How to nominate your team for HPN’s Supply Chain Operations Worth Watching recgonition

We’re looking to recognize chief executives who support, understand, recognize and empower the materials management department to do what needs to be done to achieve bottom-line savings and top-line revenue. Email us reasons how and why your CEO deserves the spotlight – no more than a couple of paragraphs are needed for each of the four S.U.R.E. categories. Describe how and why he or she supports, understands, recognizes and empowers the materials management department and its top executive.

To qualify nominees MUST comply with the following rules:

  1. All nominations must be original and exclusive to HPN and not have been submitted – either original or edited – to any other publication or online media outlet currently or within the previous year.
  2. GPO and distributor support is commendable, but we’re looking for internally driven details beyond GPO- and distributor-driven contributions, including outsourcing operations to a GPO or distributor.
  3. Any nominated executive (or nominator) must be willing to share relevant basic financial details with our readers – specifically annual revenues, annual expenses and annual purchasing volume.
  4. Only administrators/CEOs are eligible for consideration – not COOs or executive/senior vice presidents.

Document and submit your CEO’s accomplishments to:  editor@hpnonline.com.

Deadline: November 15.

2016: John Finan Jr., President & CEO, Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System (FMOL), Baton Rouge, LA; Richard Statuto, CEO, Bon Secours Health System, Marriottsville, MD; Karen Teitelbaum, CEO, Sinai Health System, Chicago

2015: Sharon O’Keefe, President and CEO, The University of Chicago Medical Center; and Michael Williams, President and CEO, Community Hospital Corp., Plano, TX.

2014: Mina Ubbing, now-retired President and CEO, Fairfield Medical Center, Lancaster, OH; Charles Sorenson, M.D., President and CEO, Intermountain Healthcare, Salt Lake City; and Tim Lancaster, CEO, Hendrick Health System, Abilene, TX.

2013: Bruce Cummings, CEO, Lawrence + Memorial Hospital, New London, CT; Lyndon Christman, CEO, Fayette County Memorial Hospital, Washington Court House, OH; and the late R. Timothy Stack, president and CEO, Piedmont Healthcare, Atlanta.

2012: Edward J. Roth III, president and CEO, Aultman Hospital, Aultman Health Foundation, Canton, OH; Stephen Lawler, president, Pitt County Memorial Hospital, Greenville, NC; and Paul Kronenberg, M.D., president and CEO, Crouse Hospital, Syracuse, NY

2011: Tom Sadvary, president and CEO, Scottsdale (AZ) Healthcare; Rulon Stacey, Ph.D., FACHE, president and CEO, Poudre Valley Health System, Fort Collins, CO; and Dan Wolterman, president and CEO, Memorial Hermann Healthcare System, Houston

2010: Michael Riordan, president and CEO, Greenville (SC) Hospital System; Joe Morris, CEO, Kootenai Health, Coeur d’Alene, ID; Russell Harrington Jr., president and CEO, Baptist Health, Little Rock, AR; and Lynn Britton, CEO, Sisters of Mercy Health System, Chesterfield, MO

2009: Nick Desien, CEO, Ministry Health Care, Milwaukee Gary Duncan, CEO, Freeman Health System, Joplin, MO John Duval, CEO, Medical College of Virginia (MCV) Hospitals and Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Health System, Richmond, VA

2008: Delos M. “Toby” Cosgrove, M.D., president and CEO, Cleveland (OH) Clinic, William M. Murray, president and CEO, Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth Health System (SCLHS), Lenexa, KS, Kenneth A. Samet, president and CEO, MedStar Health, Columbia, MD

2007: William Corley, president and CEO, Community Health Network, Indianapolis, Brian Keeley, president and CEO, Baptist Health South Florida, Coral Gables, FL, Paul Levy, president and CEO, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston

2006: Garrett Hoover, president and CEO, Nason Hospital, Roaring Spring, PA, David Ramsey, CEO, Charleston (WV) Area Medical Center, Richard Salluzzo, M.D., president and CEO, Wellmont Health System, Kingsport, TN

2005: Greg Gerloff, CEO, Altru Health System, Grand Forks, ND, John Lloyd, president and CEO, Meridian Health, Neptune, NJ, Michele Tarbet, CEO, Sharp Grossmont Hospital, La Mesa, CA, Richard Tschider, president and CEO, St. Alexius Medical Center, Bismarck, ND

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