BulletinHealthcare Launches Briefing For Pharma Marketers

RESTON, VA – (July 22, 2015) – BulletinHealthcare, the provider of daily news briefings for nearly one million medical professionals, including more than 850,000 physicians, announced the launch of Pharma Digital Marketing, a self-branded briefing geared toward key influencers in the pharmaceutical marketing and advertising space. Published each weekday morning, Pharma Digital Marketing brings pharma marketers the latest news in digital and mobile marketing, trends in personal and non-personal promotion, regulatory updates, and much more.

“This briefing is a great way for us to leverage our team’s expert knowledge in a way that helps pharma marketers do their jobs better,” said Michael Laxineta, President of BulletinHealthcare. “The digital advertising landscape is noisy. Our analysts navigate that landscape and bring our readers the news that matters, every day, via Pharma Digital Marketing.”

Pharma marketers are invited to sign up for a complimentary Pharma Digital Marketing subscription. BulletinHealthcare’s other news briefings are exclusively available to the physician and HCP members of its two-dozen-plus partner associations, which include the American Medical Association, the American Society of Clinical Oncology, and the American Dental Association.

BulletinHealthcare’s expert analysts are shared with our parent company, Bulletin Intelligence, which serves under six-figure contracts the White House, Department of Health and Human Services, FDA, and other Federal agencies and corporate C-suites. The company’s 90+ analysts work overnight using a proprietary patent-pending publishing platform to analyze thousands of news sources, including newspapers, television broadcasts, blogs, and trade journals. The analysts distill this information into concise and customized reports that are emailed directly to subscribers’ inboxes each weekday morning.

About Bulletin Media:

Every morning, Bulletin Media, and its sister company BulletinHealthcare, deliver to more than one million professionals a concise distillation of the latest news on their professions. These daily briefings are unique, as they come under the brand of any one of three dozen associations. Subscribers—the members of partner associations—rely on these briefings to prepare them for the work day ahead, and consider them as among the top benefits of membership. Bulletin Media’s parent, Bulletin Intelligence, delivers fully-customized briefings to senior corporate and government clients, including the White House and the Department of Education.