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JB Communications Launches MediWebPR: A New Nationwide Online Public Relations Program for the Healthcare Industry
Date:12/24/2012

Santa Rosa, CA (PRWEB) December 24, 2012

MediWebPR’s parent company JB Communications has offered quality, successful medical marketing strategies to a diversity of Hospitals, IPA’s, HMO’s, large and small specialty medical groups, and physicians since 1988. Maintaining a highly visible, positive online image has become increasingly important and complicated in recent years, and many medical groups don’t have the time or resources to develop an effective online marketing campaign for their practices.

To meet the demand for marketing solutions in the healthcare industry, JB Communications is launching MediWebPR to physicians and organizations across the nation. MediWebPR can now increase healthcare online visibility, maintain high standard patient evaluations, and communicate expert information from physicians and practices to their target audiences. These strategies have proven to be very successful at establishing MediWebPR’s clients as industry leaders in their respective fields, as well as bringing them more targeted patients.

MediWebPR founder and president, John Beilharz, PhD, received his Masters Degree in Community Psychology and his PhD in Organizational Development. Mr. Beilharz directs the Medical Marketing Department, which now makes up 75% of the total clients for JB Communications.

Mr. Beilharz explains, “The ease of access of information via the internet has revolutionized the ways in which people of all ages select their doctors and medical services. Data from MediWebPR’s referral reports indicates a major increase in the amount of referrals coming in from outside a doctor’s office or hospital over the last 5 years. The percentage of the population using the internet and social media to make health care choices continues to increase at an alarming rate.”

Recent data from the Pew Research Center shows that almost 9 out of 10 adults in the United States use the internet, and that 80% o
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