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TUTWILER IS AWARD CANDIDATE

Margaret Tutwiler, president of Direct Impact Communications LLC, Alexandria, Va., is among three candidates for the "PR Woman of the Year" award of Washington Women in Public Relations. Also on the slate with the former … | MORE »

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COMMUNITY RELATIONS LEADER

The Center for Corporate Community Relations, Chestnut Hill, Mass., is searching for a new executive director. Edmund Burke, who founded the organization, is stepping down in December after a 10-year tenure. A search committee is … | MORE »

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MASON HIRES KUBY AS DIRECTOR

Mason & Madison Inc., New Haven, Conn., added Jane Kuby as director of public relations. The former director of N.W. Ayer’s PR operations in Chicago, she most recently operated a PR consulting business in Madison, … | MORE »

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CANADIAN FIRM MARKS 50TH

Continental Communications, a Toronto-based Shandwick firm with six offices in Canada, marked its 50th year on Oct. 3. The firm claims to be Canada’s oldest. (Continental, 416/964-6444)

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KAISER PUBLIC AFFAIRS POSITION

Kaiser Permanente, Los Angeles, seeks a public affairs and communications director. The job at the health management organization (HMO) includes responsibility for internal communications, community outreach, government affairs, media relations and marketing public relations. Five … | MORE »

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RADEWAGEN IS BENJAMIN VP

The Benjamin Group Inc., a technology PR firm based in Campbell, Calif., promoted John Radewagen to vice president. He was senior associate. (Benjamin, 408/559-6090)

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HEALTH SYSTEM GETS RESULTS BY HEEDING PATIENT SURVEY DATA

When the Sisters of Providence Health System discovered last year that only 20 percent of its hospitals conducting patient satisfaction surveys actually use the results to provide feedback to physicians and administrators, marketers decided it … | MORE »

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AAHP HOSTING MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE

As health plans design strategic plans for the future, information systems departments are finding themselves increasingly challenged to accommodate these new directions. The American Association of Health Plans has seen this change and has created … | MORE »

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AS COMPETITION HEATS UP, SOFTWARE FOR HMOS ENTER FRAY

As HMOs continue to expand their presence and market share, several new tools have popped up in the industry that will prove to be helpful in strategic planning and product development. It has become necessary … | MORE »

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‘WHAT’S UP DOC?: IT’S A SERIOUS QUESTION

ATLANTA – While improving your communications effort with physicians should be on your internal communications agenda, it’s probably not high on the priority list, according to a recent study. Doctors generally give only fair or … | MORE »

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