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HealthDay's breaking consumer health newsprovides hospital websites with fresh content each day. Our research indicates that if HealthDay's news is displayed on a hospital's home page, 40% of site visitors will access these articles, representing more than 10% of total site page views. Current news gives consumers a reason to come back again and again. Our hospital news feeds will also form the backbone of any newsletter program you offer to engage repeat visits to your hospital website.

HealthDay also offers a professional news feed, Physician's Briefing, with news available across 32 different medical specialties; ideal for your physician portal or Intranet. HealthDay News is the simple, straightforward and hassle-free way for physicians to get updated on important news that is relevant to their specialty—all on your hospital website.

Consumer Health news – Our daily consumer news feed provides timely and relevant content of interest to the general population. Receive up to 20 original stories per day. Each story is XML-tagged to enable you to easily post stories throughout your website. Plus, the news feed includes Health Highlights, FDA Alerts, Health Tips and Clinical Trials. And, we give you a full year—5,000+ articles—of news archives to use as needed for your marketing materials, newsletters, and RSS feeds. Best of all, HealthDay's consumer health news is economically priced compared to more expensive, static content libraries.

Physician's Briefing – Our professional news feed, Physician's Briefing, delivers 15+ stories per day across 32 specialties. Get continually updated medical news content based on research published in the latest research from medical journals, medical conferences and government initiatives, all condensed and "at-a-glance" for quick review. The ultimate "Medical Cliff Notes" for professionals, Physician's Briefing is an exceptional informational resource for the physician portal on your hospital website.

Customized Hospital News Feeds

In addition to our consumer and professional health news feeds, customized disease or condition specific news feeds are available. Our news feed is coded for more than 700 diseases and conditions to allow you to license news content tailored to the precise needs of your hospital. For example, many hospitals' "centers of excellence" rely on HealthDay for content related to their specific area of expertise (see how Alegent Health promotes their heart services with our heart news). With HealthDay news, you can license just what you need for your website.

HealthDay is featured on more than 1,500 hospital websites, including Tenet Hospitals, Catholic Health West, Catholic Health East, Catholic Health Partners, Barnes Jewish, University of Minnesota Medical Center, Alegent Health, Allina Hospitals, Mt. Carmel Health, Renown Health, Sentara Health, Seton Healthcare, St. Francis Hospital, St. Barnabus Hospital Systems, and many more.

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