Media such as WebMD, U.S. News and World Report, and Merck Manual, among others use HealthDay Consumer News Feed Service because they realize that though they have certain areas of expertise, they do not have the resources to cover every health news story.
What is HealthDay’s Consumer News Service?
HealthDay's Consumer News Feed Service is the nation's largest health news feed, delivering 15+ research-based stories every day. Our syndicated health news is updated seven times daily (twice a day on holidays and weekends). The stories, each with between 600-800 words, are sourced from top peer-reviewed medical journals, research centers, industry conferences, government reports (including FDA) and information from major healthcare providers. Our award-winning editors and writers create news suitable for anyone with a high school level education.
Why Do Leading Medical Media and Hospitals Use HealthDay’s News Service?
Sites such as WebMD, U.S. News and World Report, and Merck Manual among others use our consumer news because they realize that though they have certain areas of expertise, they do not have the resources to cover every health news story.
Hundreds of hospitals and health insurance networks around the world turn to HealthDay because they know that driving better patient outcomes leads to tremendous savings. They also know that the only way to change client behavior is to deliver regular, trustworthy and engaging content.
Our clients also use HealthDay's health news feed for a number of marketing campaigns, including client acquisition, client engagement via targeted news, and targeted personalized information to drive behavioral change.
How It’s Delivered:
- 15 High Quality Health News Articles Every Day
- Award-Winning Writers and Editors
- 600-800 Words
- Balanced, Unbiased, Research-Based Health News
- Lists Article References
- Links to Further Reading
- Ideal for Client Acquisition or Client Engagement