This year, that honor went to Raymond J. Fabius, MD, CPE, FACPE, author of Total Care Management: A Physician Executive's Guide to Medical Management for the 21st Century.
Described as a "doctor's doctor" whose "compassion for patients is his beacon," Fabius is chief medical officer of InteliHealth, the health information subsidiary of Aetna US Healthcare. He also serves as senior, corporate medical director for national accounts of Aetna US Healthcare.
Currently, he is also a leader of ACPE's new, online E-health Forum and is a faculty instructor for the College.
ACPE also presents its Rodney T. West literary Achievement Award to the author whose article most significantly contributes to the medical management profession.
For his March/April 2001 Physician Executive journal article, "A Revolution in Genetics: Changing Medicine, Changing Lives," Kent Bottles, MD, was named this year's winner.
Bottles, who is managing member of ProteoMed in New York, N.Y., focused his article on the new genetics' potential to revolutionize diagnosis, treatment and classification of diseases. He points out that "the sequencing of the human genome will transform the job of every physician, manager and leader in the world."
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|Date:||May 1, 2002|
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