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Medical Advertising Agency bryantBROWN Healthcare Announces Expansion in Writing Services
Date:3/26/2013

Venice, CA (PRWEB) March 26, 2013

Leading healthcare communications agency bryantBROWN Healthcare has expanded its medical writing and marketing expertise capabilities.

As a full-service medical advertising agency, bryantBROWN Healthcare provides comprehensive strategic, tactical, and creative capabilities to develop branding, advertising, and PR campaigns for its wide range of clients “everywhere in healthcare”: pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical devices, diagnostics, hospitals, managed care, patient and professional advocacy, information technology, and more.

To build credibility in the market for clients’ products and services, bryantBROWN leverages social media outlets such as blogs, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook. Especially thanks to the expanded use of these and other digital communication tools, there is significant growth in the demand for clear, accurate, creative, and strategic medical writing. Clients and agencies face challenges in finding experienced specialists who provide the ideal mix of medical marketing experience, strategic insight, regulatory knowledge, and creativity. As a result, now advertising agencies across the country are relying on bryantBROWN as a consultant and subcontractor to write search engine-optimized websites, social media programs, e-mail campaigns, educational literature, sales tools, conference exhibits, press releases, white papers, product manuals, monographs, and more.

Says Bob Brown, bryantBROWN partner, “Writing has always been one of the strengths of bryantBROWN Healthcare. We know how challenging it is to balance strategic, creative, and regulatory demands, no matter how simple or complex the content is. We welcome the opportunity to deliver our writing services not only to our clients but to other agencies in the industry as well.”

For more information about all the benefits that branding, advertising, and public relations campaigns created by bryantBROWN Healthcare offer to medical device manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology companies, hospitals, health information technology firms, and advocacy organizations, visit bryantBROWN’s new website: http://www.bryantbrown.com. Or call Bob Brown at (310) 406-2460, extension 101.

About bryantBROWN Healthcare
bryantBROWN Healthcare, the home of “nice people, mean creative,” is an award-winning medical advertising agency that plans and implements strategic-driven promotional and educational campaigns for healthcare brands. For more than a decade, bryantBROWN has developed healthcare communications targeting consumer and professional audiences in all media—web, broadcast, and print—“everywhere in healthcare.” For more information, visit bryantBROWN Healthcare’s new website: http://www.bryantbrown.com.

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