Award-Winning Content

We pride ourselves on developing content that supports and enhances the quality, efficiency and reach of patient education and compliance efforts of our customers.  To successfully engage patients in understanding and responding to their health needs, our content must be credible, educational and engaging.   We are proud to have a strong history of developing award-winning content.  Click here to learn details of the organizations by whom we have been recognized.


Award-Winning Programs
We are pleased to be recognized for our work through the following awards:

  • Your Care at Home: Tracheotomy Care: Communicator Award: Award of Excellence 2017 (Category: Film/Video: Health and Wellness)
  • Anxiety Disorders & Panic Attacks: Calming the Mind: Communicator Award: Award of Distinction 2017 (Category:Film/Video: Health and Wellness)
  • Pain Management Through Labor and Delivery: Communicator Award: Award of Distinction 2017 (Category: Film/Video: Health and Wellness)
  • Stroke Recovery: Digital Health Award: Merit 2016 (Category: Point of Care Programs)
  • Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome – Telly Award 2016 Silver Telly (Category: Health)
  • Circumcision: What You Need to Know – Communicator Award: Award of Distinction 2016 (Category: Film/Video: Health & Wellness)
  • Is Baby Getting Enough Breast Milk?- Communicator Award: Award of Distinction 2016 (Category:Film/Video: Health & Wellness)
  • Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome – Communicator Award: Award of Distinction 2016 (Category: Film/Video: Health & Wellness)
  • Rooming in with Baby – Communicator Award: Award of Distinction 2016 (Category: Film/Video: Health & Wellness)
  • Your Care at Home: Preventing Falls – Telly Award: Bronze Winner 2015
  • Your Care At Home: Managing Heart Failure – Communicator Award: Award of Excellence 2015 (Category: Film/Video: Health & Wellness)
  • Your Care At Home: Preventing Falls – Communicator Award: Award of Distinction 2015 (Category: Online Video: Education)
  • Your Care At Home: Managing Your Medicine – Communicator Award: Award of Distinction 2015 (Category: Online Video: Education)
  • Going Home with Baby – Communicator Award : Award of Distinction 2014 (Category: Health and Wellness)
  • Welcome to the NICU – Communicator Award: Award of Distinction 2014 (Category: Online video Education)
  • Welcome to the NICU – Communicator Award: Award of Excellence 2014 (Category: Health & Fitness)
  • Your NICU Baby – Communicator Award: Award of Distinction 2014 (Websites: Video or Motion Graphics)
  • Avoiding Hospital Readmissions: Heart Attack – Telly Award 2012 (Category:Health & Wellness)
  • Avoiding Hospital Readmissions: Heart Attack – NHIA Award  2014
  • Avoiding Hospital Readmissions: Heart Failure – Telly Award 2012  (Category:Health & Wellness)
  • A Mother’s Gift – Telly Award 2012 (Category:Health & Wellness)
  • A Mother’s Gift – NHIA Award 2012
  • Mommy Don’t Smoke – Telly Award 2011 (Category: Health)
  • Special Care For Your Preemie – Telly Award 2011 (Category: Health)
  • Immunizations: The Facts  – Freddie Award Finalist 2009 (Category: Children’s Health)
  • Going Home on Blood Thinners – Freddie Award Finalist 2009 (Category: Health Education)
  • The Safe Patient – Freddie Award Finalist 2009 (Category: Health Series)
  • Healthy Living After a Heart Attack – Freddie Award Finalist 2009 (Category: Stroke & Heart Disease)
  • You The Safe Patient, co-developed with Joint Commission – Freddie Award Finalist 2008 (Category: Health Series)
  • Understanding Obesity – Freddie Award Winner 2008 (Category: Nutrition)
  • Your Surgery: Before, During and After – Freddie Award Finalist 2008 (Category: Surgery)
  • Lung Cancer: Improving Survival – Freddie Award Finalist 2006
  • Leg Pain: When to Act – Freddie Award Finalist 2006*
  • Living With Prostate Cancer- Freddie Award Finalist 2006
  • Healthy Aging – Freddie Award Finalist 2005
  • Preventing Leg Vein Problems (airing under new title: Deep Vein Thrombosis: Are You at Risk) – Freddie Award Finalist 2005
  • Nasal Congestion & Controlling Your Allergies – Freddie Award Finalist 2004
  • Physical Activity: Improving Your Health– Freddie Award Finalist 2004
  • Obesity: Winning the Battle – Freddie Award Winner 2003*
  • Newborn Woman – Gracie Allen Award & Telly Award 2003*
  • Parent Soup – Telly Award Winner 2003*

*Program retired.

About these awards:

TellyPic1The Telly Awards was founded in 1979 and is the premier award honoring outstanding local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs; the finest video and film productions; and online commercials, video, and films. A prestigious judging panel of over 500 accomplished industry professionals judged the competition, upholding the historical standard of excellence that Telly represents. Winners represent the best work of the most respected advertising agencies, production companies, television stations, cable operators, and corporate video departments in the world.

CommunicatorThe Communicator Awards is an international awards program honoring work that transcends innovation and craft – work that makes a lasting impact. Founded two decades ago, The Communicator Awards receives over 6,000 entries from companies and agencies of all sizes, making it one of the largest awards competitions of its kind in the world.



The International Health & Medical Media Awards, known as the FREDDIE Awards was the pre-eminent health & medical media competition.   For over 35 years, the competition’s goal was to  encourage and celebrate excellence in  documentaries, series, shorts, videos, Web sites, and DVDs from around the world.   These prestigious awards were the pinnacle of health & medical programming.

NationalHealthAwardsThe National Health Information Awards (NHIA) competition is in its 19th year, and received nearly 1,000 entries submitted by a wide variety of leading organizations in the consumer health field.


Digital Health Awards

The Digital Health Awards (formerly the Web Health Awards and Web Health Awards | MOBILE) recognizes high-quality digital health resources for consumers and health professionals. The awards program is organized by the Health Information Resource Center[sm] (HIRC), a clearinghouse for professionals who work in consumer health fields.