Parsippany – December 14, 2016 – Frontline Medical Communications (FMC), a leader of digital, print, and live events, is pleased to announce Rheumatology News®, a highly valued medical news resource for rheumatologists, is expanding frequency to 18 issues in 2017.
Disease prevalence is increasing. The slate of recent therapeutic approvals and pharmaceuticals in development for rheumatologic, musculoskeletal, and painful conditions such as rheumatoid, psoriatic and osteoarthritis, lupus, and ankylosing spondylitis, are altering disease management and patient care. The advent of biosimilars; changes affecting medical practice and policy including reimbursement issues, coordinated care teams, and EHRs; and expanding medical conferences amplify medical information and professional needs.
“With the increased number of issues in print, and the robust online affiliated website driven by MDedge®, Rheumatology News’ editorial staff will produce important content and as news warrants, enabling physicians, NPs, and PAs, readers of Rheumatology News, to quickly assimilate the stream of clinical research, therapeutic findings, and practice-related information impacting the continuum of patient care” said Mike Guire, VP, Sales.
As a publishing leader, FMC offers extensive marketing options, ranging from general awareness and contextual tactics to content development and optional HCP level targeting, designed to meet our clients’ goals and objectives. To learn more, contact Jeanne Gallione at 973-290-8208 or [email protected].
About Rheumatology News®
Rheumatology News is the leading independent newspaper for the practicing rheumatologist. With specialty focused news and insightful commentary—in a clear, concise, accessible format—Rheumatology News keeps busy rheumatologists up to date on clinical advances that impact their daily practice of medicine. Rheumatology News is published 18x per year and circulates to 7,500 rheumatologists, selected primary care physicians, and NP and PA specialists in rheumatology. All articles are researched, written, and produced by professional medical journalists. Rheumatology News can be found online at www.mdedge.com/rheumatologynews. This site is updated throughout the day with specialty specific news that includes Views on the News—expert clinician commentary on how the news affects medical practice. Award-winning daily news coverage, columns and commentaries, videos, podcasts, and special reports are immediately accessible online and through e-blasts and newsletters. Rheumatologists can join the conversation through commentary, Facebook, and Twitter. Rheumatology News is the best way for physicians to stay up to date, save time, and gain perspective.
Frontline Medical Communications Inc. is one of the healthcare industry’s largest medical communications companies and a leader in digital, print, and live events. The Company leads in HCP-level targeting and is ranked 1st in combined web and print engagements. With the launch of MDedge®, our state-of-the-art integrated web portal, and audited database, FMC meets the marketing challenges of our clients with superior reach, optimal sponsorship opportunities, and flexible advertising programs. We reach 1.2 million+ physicians, NPs, PAs, and other HCPs through more than 30 media brands serving 22 distinct markets. Print reach surpasses 800,000 and extends digitally with newsletters, interactive Web sites, mobile apps and digital editions. FMC delivers medical news daily from on-site reporting at major medical meetings and in collaboration with notable societies and medical associations. FMC produces live events and digital click-for-credit CME through affiliation with Global Academy for Medical Education, LLC (globalacademycme.com). Visit us at frontlinemedcom.com. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Michael Guire, VP, Sales, 973.290.8224, [email protected]
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