With health care reform in flux, along with increased focus on public reporting of data, quality outcomes and illness prevention, public relations and communications professionals are expected to have the knowledge to provide advice and implement strategies on these complex issues. Are you ready? Join your colleagues for the premier health care public relations and communications conference hosted by the PRSA Health Academy, April 27-29, in Washington, DC.
- *Examine policy and best practices alongside industry experts. Hear how the health care reform legislation will impact best practices in the short- and long-term.
- *Fine-tune communications strategies and vehicles for effective messaging to a variety of audiences, including health care consumers and the media.
- *Expand your insight and professional network by connecting with health care public relations and communications professionals in the hospital, pharmaceutical, agency, payer and association/nonprofit sectors.
To learn more, visit the PRSA Health Academy website at http://www.prsa.org/Conferences/HealthAcademy