HealthMark Multimedia Takes Top International Creative Award in the 2006 Summit Creative Awards

Share Article

Washington, DC, July 18, 2006— HealthMark Multimedia has been awarded a Bronze Award in the 2006 Summit Creative Awards® competition. HealthMark was recognized for its interactive website, http://www.CancerCareGiving.com, developed to teach the caregiver methods to manage the difficulties of caring for a loved one with cancer.

HealthMark Multimedia has been awarded a Bronze Award in the 2006 Summit Creative Awards® competition. HealthMark was recognized for its interactive website, http://www.CancerCareGiving.com, developed to teach the caregiver methods to manage the difficulties of caring for a loved one with cancer.

The Summit Creative Awards recognizes and celebrates the creative accomplishments of small and medium-sized advertising agencies and other creative groups with annual billings of $25 million or less. Over the last decade, the competition has established itself as the premier arbiter of creative excellence for firms of this size.

“Winning a Summit Creative Awards is a significant accomplishment. The combination of our excellent judges and the tough judging criteria ensures that only deserving entries receive Summit recognized,” said Jocelyn Luciano, Executive Director for the Summit Awards. “It was an exciting year to watch and listen to the judges debate the details of individual entries. Making the hard decisions of which ones receive the top spots is hard.”

About http://www.CancerCareGiving.com:

http://www.CancerCareGiving.com contains interactive tools such as Relaxation, Emotional Rollercoaster, Starting Conversations, and Medications Manager, designed to make the web site a valuable resource for cancer caregivers. Also included is an invaluable resource list with links to additional information beneficial for caregivers, such as end-of-life issues, clinical trials, health insurance, and legal assistance.

About HealthMark Multimedia: HealthMark Multimedia provides creative technology approaches to meeting the information, self-care and decision needs of patients facing critical health care issues.

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Susan Brink
Visit website