Quotient Team Members Recognized At the National Library of Medicine 2017 Honor Awards Ceremony

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

The National Library of Medicine (NLM) has an annual tradition of honoring the people and programs that make NLM a wonderful and meaningful place to work and serve the American people.  This event recognizes colleagues who contributed solutions to tough problems, served the public or the Library in an exemplary way, and collaborated with others to further the NLM mission.  On November 29, 2017 at the Kirschstein Auditorium on the campus of the National Institutes of Health, the following Quotient Team members were recognized for their contributions:

Group Award: For outstanding and exceptional work in implementing AccessGUDID Parse UDI API and Device SNOMED API to obtain related device information for use in logistics, distribution and clinical use.
Quotient Team Members: Matthew J. Dziejma, Chandra S. Kola, Joshua L. Temple

Group Award: For outstanding and exceptional work in implementing the employee and contractor exit workflow.
Quotient Team Member: Preetham V. Nosum

Group Award: For their efforts in the NetApp SSD Clustered Storage Upgrade.  
Quotient Team Member:  Igor Selivanov

Group Award: For outstanding and exceptional work in automating the NLM Non-Standard Items Ordering Workflow.
Quotient Team Member: Preetham V. Nosum
 
Group Award: In recognition of outstanding efforts in completing Prescribable Name Project in RxNorm providing greater access to drug information by including the user-friendly synonyms for drug names.
Quotient Team Member: Soma Das
 
Group Award: In recognition of the successful migration of content form the NLM Intranet to SharePoint and the NLM Wiki.
Quotient Team Member: Ravikumar B. Sesetty