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MedCity News and UBM Medica US Partner in Distribution of Health IT News
Date:3/14/2013

CLEVELAND and NORWALK, Conn., March 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- MedCityNews.com announced today a unique marketing and distribution partnership with UBM Medica US. MedCityNews.com is one of the fastest-growing new media sites, providing news and insights to healthcare industry leaders.

UBM Medica US is one of the largest media companies in the United States serving the healthcare industry and delivers integrated and strategic communication solutions to a comprehensive audience of medical professionals and healthcare consumers through online, print, live, and custom programs. MedCityNews.com's content will now be delivered to more professionals via the UBM Medica Partner Network.

"Today's healthcare decision maker is among the hardest to reach. We're excited to leverage UBM Medica's best-in-class network to serve MedCityNews.com's unrivaled concentration of alpha influencers across the healthcare spectrum," said Chris Seper , CEO of MedCity Media, publisher of MedCityNews.com. 

Through this marketing and distribution partnership, health and hospital decision makers benefit through easier access to MedCity News content including:

  • Unique and groundbreaking reporting on tech-driven innovations across all sectors of healthcare
  • Insight into the newest and most promising early-stage companies addressing medicine's unmet needs
  • Thought leadership from the innovative thinkers focused on the business of healthcare
  • "MedCityNews.com is a new and exciting partnership for UBM Medica US," said Barron Hirsch , Senior Director at UBM Medica US. "This new partnership will
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