Excellence in Imaging Informatics Award Nominations Are Open June 5 — July 14

The American Board of Imaging Informatics (ABII) has developed an exciting new way to honor the best in imaging informatics: the Excellence in Imaging Informatics Award!

"With this award, we're thrilled to recognize outstanding Certified Imaging Informatics Professionals (CIIPs)," says Nikki Fennell, CIIP, Chair of ABII Board of Trustees. "We're looking to shine a light on a CIIP who excels in imaging informatics, stands out in the field, and helps advance the profession." Nominees should demonstrate that:

  • They're innovators at the forefront of defining the imaging informatics profession.
  • They're achievers who seek personal and professional growth.
  • They're professionals invested in improving quality and increasing value.
  • They're advocates who encourage entrance into the profession or who lobby for greater recognition of imaging informatics professionals and their work.

Now it's time to nominate yourself or someone else for this prestigious award. We'll recognize the winner on social media, in a press release, and a feature story on this website. In addition, we'll award $500 to the winner to use toward continuing education.

Visit Excellence in Imaging Informatics Award page for all the details. Submit your nomination by 11:59 p.m. Central time on July 14.


The American Board of Imaging Informatics (ABII) sets the professional certification standards for excellence in a growing field of high-tech health care pioneers. It recognizes well-trained professionals who can use technology to maximize efficiency and increase clinical staff satisfaction and productivity, while realizing strategic goals and improving patient care. Headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota, ABII evaluates, certifies, and annually registers more than 1,000 imaging informatics professionals across the world.

ABII is governed by a board of seven, including three imaging informatics professionals nominated by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, the national certification organization for all areas of the radiologic sciences, and three imaging informatics professionals nominated by the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine, the professional association for imaging informatics professionals. The final Trustee position is filled by a public member.