Do you have 60 seconds? We have an opportunity to get Michael Sherling, our amazing co-founder and Chief Medical Officer, named to the Modern Healthcare’s 50 Most Influential Physician Executives and Leaders list. Individual nominations are required to help get him to the top of the short list of finalists; the greater number of nominations, the greater the chances. Nominating Michael is simple and can be done by filling out the online nomination form by Friday, December 20.
The award is focused on recognizing those physician leaders who embody the skills needed to improve the healthcare delivery system in the “post-healthcare reform era” – something Michael and the Modernizing Medicine team strive to accomplish every single day.
Please consider taking a minute to complete the form now using the following link and copying and pasting the below information into the required fields on the nomination form. It will take you less than 60 seconds.
We know how awesome he is, and we want to tell everyone else that Michael is one of the most influential physician executives. Please also consider asking your friends and family to help us nominate Michael. Thank you for your help!
Copy and paste the below information into the form fields:
Nominee’s Last Name: Sherling
Nominee’s First Name: Michael
Nominee’s Title: Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder
Nominee’s Organization: Modernizing Medicine
Location of Nominee’s Organization: Boca Raton, FL
Brief Bio (150 word max) (optional):
Michael Sherling, MD, MBA is Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder of South Florida-based Modernizing Medicine, a healthcare IT company revolutionizing the way in which medical information is created, consumed and utilized. Dr. Sherling graduated from Yale School of Medicine with honors and holds an MBA from Yale School of Management. In addition to working in private practice, he supervises the development of Modernizing Medicine’s Electronic Medical Assistant (EMA) for all medical specialties.
Prior to relocating to Florida, Dr. Sherling was the Director of Clinical Trials in Laser Medicine and the Associate Director of Laser Medicine and Skin Health at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. He is a leader in resident education, having been the youngest physician to serve as the Associate Residency Program Director for Harvard Medical School’s Department of Dermatology. He received his clinical training at Harvard Medical School, where he served as chief resident in dermatology.