In 2015 the committee of the Diana Forsythe Award of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) selected two winning papers, and one of them is the paper:
Lecluijze I, Penders B, Feron F and K. Horstman (2014) Infrastructural Work in Child Welfare: incommensurable politics in the Dutch Child Index. Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems 26(2): 31–52.
This award honours either a peer-reviewed AMIA paper published in the Proceedings of the Annual Symposium or peer-reviewed article published in JAMIA or other journals publishing medical informatics-related content, that best exemplifies the spirit and scholarship of Diana Forsythe’s work at the intersection of informatics and social sciences with a cash prize. Selection is determined by a sub-committee of the AMIA Awards Committee and the AMIA People and Organizational Issues Working Group. The award is presented annually at the AMIA Annual Symposium (https://www.amia.org/amia2015). The award is in the form of a cash prize and a plaque.