Schuerenberg Brings Healthcare IT Writing Experience to By McCormack Public Relations

Posted by on April 11, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

(April 11, Riverside, Ill.) — Beckie Schuerenberg, a veteran healthcare information technology writer and editor with more than 15 years of experience, has joined By McCormack Public Relations. Schuerenberg will leverage her journalism know-how and healthcare IT knowledge to create engaging, credible content for healthcare IT clients.

“As By McCormack Public Relations continues to serve the needs of healthcare IT companies, we are seeing a greater need to develop content that truly resonates with decision-makers,” says John McCormack, Principal. “Beckie is uniquely qualified to fill this need as an experienced writer who understands the ins-and-outs of this complicated industry.”

Before joining By McCormack Public Relations, Schuerenberg developed and reviewed web and print content for Health Data Management magazine and its spinoff publications, as well as a variety of other trade magazines, consumer websites, newsletters and daily newspapers. She holds a degree in journalism from Indiana University.

About By McCormack Public Relations
By McCormack Public Relations successfully develops and implements public relations and content marketing programs for a wide variety of healthcare information technology companies, from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies. Founded by a healthcare journalist, the agency produces all of the communications materials that organizations need such as case studies, press releases and whitepapers. The agency’s media relations programs have resulted in prominent placements in key healthcare industry and business magazines–and have garnered attention in a variety of consumer media outlets from local weekly newspapers to nationally syndicated talk shows. For more information, go to: http://www.bymccormack.com.

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