Healthcare News Journal is a media resource that brings together timely news, employment opportunities, B2B marketplace research, mobile app reviews, and other interesting tid-bits of information happening right now in the general healthcare community. The team at Healthcare News Journal is dedicated to providing useful, inspiring and innovative content that is free of charge.
What started as an experimental blog and became an exciting information resource for sharing the passion of healthcare information with the healthcare community and for the betterment of patient care.
Healthcare industries and the people who dedicate their lives to this field are innovating each and every day, pushing the boundaries of how we can improve our patient outcomes, our own lives, and the healthcare community as a whole. And, on Healthcare News Journal we want to share some of that.
We are always looking for inspiring stories and resources to share on Healthcare News Journal with our members and visitors. So, if you would like to recommend something, please contact us.
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Here at Healthcare News Journal, we pride ourselves on being innovative and flexible so we can provide our clients with a marketing experience that delivers the most effective, optimized strategy. Together with insight from our skilled strategists and award-winning creative executions, we create unparalleled digital, social, and mobile solutions that make the most of the new healthcare landscape.
We know how to position our clients' opportunities where the best candidates and prospects will see them: on our website they frequent, in their favorite readers, and via their mobile phones. Our clients can then customize their communications, drive traffic, and collect data on their candidates and prospects. And with HCN’s award-winning creative teams, digital experts and Reactive Design software platform, we put our clients’ brand at the center of the discussion.
The best candidates and prospects don’t spend all their time trolling career sites, product sites and job boards. They’re on Facebook, LinkedIn, and a host of other social sites, as well as just browsing. So we insert our clients into the conversation via individual branded job postings on Facebook pages, LinkedIn groups that receive messages about relevant openings, and Twitter notifications of our professional Members. It’s the smart way to attract and engage the right people you're looking for.
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