Hospitals & Health Networks magazine won in the Best Subject-Related Series category at the 2015 Jesse H. Neal Awards for its “New Models of Care” series. The articles, written by Howard Larkin, examine the risks and rewards of population health, weigh the benefits of pursuing ACOs, profile hospitals and health systems for adapting to population health and provide lessons for when hospitals do decide to take the leap to population health management.
The Neal Awards, presented by the Association of Business Information & Media Companies, are one of the most distinguished prizes in business journalism. This year, judges chose from more than 700 entries in 22 categories.
H&HN also was nominated in four categories in the $3 million to $7 million brand revenue grouping for the following articles:
- Best Commentary: “Health Matters” April, June and August columns
- Best Subject-Related Series: “The Boomer Challenge"
- Best Single Article: “Embracing Risk"
- Best Single Issue of a Magazine: February 2014
H&HN has been recognized several times in the past, and in 2013, the magazine’s series, “Health Care’s Costliest 1%” was one of three finalists for the ABM’s Grand Neal Award. The series also won that year’s Jesse H. Neal Award for “Best Subject-Related Series."