It'll Be the Biggest Thing Since the Internet

MDNG Primary CareAugust 2010
Volume 12
Issue 8

HCPLive will deliver more unique online content and specialty coverage built with the health care professional in mind.

I am pleased to announce the launch of the next phase of in early September 2010. The new version of our website will be a fully customizable portal designed to provide physicians with the latest news and information about developments that affect their specialty and the practice of medicine at large. We’ll cover breakthrough technologies, the latest social media tools for patients and physicians, the ongoing revolution in electronic medical records, results from key research studies, the happenings on Capitol Hill and in statehouses across the country that can have an impact on your practice, and more. HCPLive will be updated daily to deliver more unique online content and specialty coverage built with the healthcare professional in mind. I urge readers to register today to enjoy the full benefits of the new site when it launches -- it’s fast; it’s easy; and it’s free.

Registered members will enjoy:

• Customized content

• MyHCPLive, which allows you to personalize your own page with your favorite HCPLive content, private e-mail access, weather, news, stock tips, and more

• The latest conference coverage, including interviews with KOLs, real-time coverage of the latest sessions, and podcasts covering breaking news in your specialty

• Webinars and white papers covering the topics that YOU care about, including healthcare reform, healthcare technology, practice management, and financial advice

• eNewsletters, including Physician’s Money Digest and HCPLive’s Hot Topic series

Visit our registration page to sign up today. And watch your inbox for more news about HCPLive. com. I think you’ll agree that there’s nothing else like it online for today’s busy physician.

Thank you for reading.

Mike Hennessy

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