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Industry News & Trends

July 19th, 1999 by
M&A Activity Expected to Rise Better brush up on your M&A communications skills. More than 60 percent of senior executives polled by The Conference Board expect the number of M&As in their own firms to increase in the ...
The survey results appearing in this issue were conducted by PR NEWS in June 1999 with editorial staff of Phillips Business Information's newsletters and magazines. Most of the journalists below can be reached at 301/340-7788. Respondents include: Seth Arenstein, Editorial Director, ...

Media Moves

July 8th, 1999 by
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The News Monitor

July 8th, 1999 by
NCQA Monitors PPO Quality The National Committee for Quality Assurance, which accredits managed care plans, will soon expand its oversight role with the nation's preferred provider organizations (PPOs), a huge healthcare sector that hasn't been subjected to the same scrutiny ...

Media Insight

June 28th, 1999 by
It's That Time Again: Pitching Your Products for the Holidays It's not Christmas in June, but it is time to put on your holiday hat. Many magazines running holiday guides need information by July or August. PR NEWS and our ...
Technology advances and a global marketplace have taken the geographic boundaries off of PR campaigns. The world is suddenly a very small place. Although globalization has helped healthcare companies bring new products to market faster than ever before, there are ...
Winner Public Affairs Whipping the American public into a frenzy about football is an uncomplicated feat. But getting government and the public to rubber stamp construction of a stadium is entirely another game. The latter was the scenario Cashman & Katz, ...
Better Patient Info Needed Contrary to popular assumptions, health plans are not the top reason consumers change, add or select a physician. Quality of physician communication and care is the reason. Half of America's 100 million households changed physicians in the ...