FaxWatch to Focus on Black Health Issues for National Medical Association

Apr 30, 2001, 01:00 ET from FaxWatch

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- FaxWatch has been selected by
 the National Medical Association (NMA) to provide bi-weekly information to 500
 physicians about research relating to treating black patients, as well as
 content to be posted on the NMA Web site.  FaxWatch, thus, becomes the only
 custom-tailored news service for the African American counterpart to the
 American Medical Association (AMA).
     "FaxWatch has a well-earned reputation for its ability to recognize
 important medical developments and summarize the information so the most
 relevant points are emphasized," says Rodney Hood, M.D., president of NMA.
 "By focusing on research that most affects blacks, NMA hopes to give African
 American health professionals another tool to improve healthcare."
     FaxWatch will provide the information to NMA bi-weekly as part of its
 BRIDGE program.  The company's executive summary format is unique to the
 publishing industry, providing clients the highest-level scientific research,
 writing and editing.
     "We're both pleased and honored that NMA has placed this important
 responsibility in our hands," says John Marchica, president and CEO of
 FaxWatch.  "While we already provide information to numerous medical
 specialties under the BRIDGE program, this is a milestone for FaxWatch in that
 it marks our first agreement with a medical association."
 
     FaxWatch is leading the Relationship Publishing(TM) revolution.  Since
 1994, FaxWatch has empowered healthcare marketers through timely, concise,
 relationship-building and time-saving publications such as Health Care
 Business Daily(R), The BRIDGE Program, ConferenceCast and WebContent.  These
 publications are researched and written by a team of specialists who have
 completed FaxWatch's proprietary medical writing training.  The National
 Medical Association, a medical society representing the interests of more than
 25,000 African American physicians, is dedicated to promoting quality
 healthcare for African Americans.
 
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SOURCE FaxWatch
    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- FaxWatch has been selected by
 the National Medical Association (NMA) to provide bi-weekly information to 500
 physicians about research relating to treating black patients, as well as
 content to be posted on the NMA Web site.  FaxWatch, thus, becomes the only
 custom-tailored news service for the African American counterpart to the
 American Medical Association (AMA).
     "FaxWatch has a well-earned reputation for its ability to recognize
 important medical developments and summarize the information so the most
 relevant points are emphasized," says Rodney Hood, M.D., president of NMA.
 "By focusing on research that most affects blacks, NMA hopes to give African
 American health professionals another tool to improve healthcare."
     FaxWatch will provide the information to NMA bi-weekly as part of its
 BRIDGE program.  The company's executive summary format is unique to the
 publishing industry, providing clients the highest-level scientific research,
 writing and editing.
     "We're both pleased and honored that NMA has placed this important
 responsibility in our hands," says John Marchica, president and CEO of
 FaxWatch.  "While we already provide information to numerous medical
 specialties under the BRIDGE program, this is a milestone for FaxWatch in that
 it marks our first agreement with a medical association."
 
     FaxWatch is leading the Relationship Publishing(TM) revolution.  Since
 1994, FaxWatch has empowered healthcare marketers through timely, concise,
 relationship-building and time-saving publications such as Health Care
 Business Daily(R), The BRIDGE Program, ConferenceCast and WebContent.  These
 publications are researched and written by a team of specialists who have
 completed FaxWatch's proprietary medical writing training.  The National
 Medical Association, a medical society representing the interests of more than
 25,000 African American physicians, is dedicated to promoting quality
 healthcare for African Americans.
 
                     MAKE YOUR OPINION COUNT -- Click Here
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