HIMSS Media Announces the Launch of HIMSSwire

Custom content news service will provide healthcare professionals with the latest news, announcements and insights from top healthcare solutions providers

MedTech Media, a division of HIMSS MediaMike Moran, (207)688-6270, ext. 234Director

MedTech Media, a division of HIMSS Media, announced today the launch of (), a custom content news service for healthcare professionals, accessible through feeds on a network of healthcare websites.

offers healthcare professionals custom news articles, covering challenges and opportunities in areas such as meaningful use, mobile health and ICD-10, as well as how healthcare organizations are using IT to improve clinical care and the bottom-line.

“The industry is moving very quickly, which is generating a tremendous amount of news and information,” said Jack Beaudoin, managing director of MedTech Media, a division of HIMSS Media. “ is a simple service that delivers short custom news briefs to readers, giving solutions providers a low-maintenance way to announce their strategic input on industry trends, innovative products and other pressing information.”

Articles are posted daily on and coverage is included on network partners’ websites where the newsfeed is housed. Network partners benefit from quality, credible content, alignment with the HIMSS brand and improved traffic and search engine results. currently resides on the HIMSS family of websites, including , , and .

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MedTech Media () is a division of HIMSS Media. Offering a comprehensive suite of focused news content, MedTech serves the private and public healthcare markets by providing award-winning news through print, online, mobile and other platforms. The MedTech Media brands include , , , and . It is also the official publisher of the HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition and represents multiple HIMSS media properties.

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