Angie’s List Launches New Health e-Zine

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Monthly publication will showcase member experiences, trends and issues

Our members’ interest in health care has continued to grow since we expanded into those categories last year

Angie’s List today launched a new e-zine that brings the national consumer organization’s 14-years of experience to bear on the health care industry.

Dubbed simply, Angie’s List Health, the monthly publication will help consumers track trends and issues, as well as offer glimpses of members’ experiences with doctors, dentists and other health care professionals.

“Our members’ interest in health care has continued to grow since we expanded into those categories last year,” said Angie’s List Founder Angie Hicks. “This new publication answers that demand for in-depth looks at the issues both patients and practitioners are facing.”

Among the issues tackled in the debut publication

Digital Docs; how electronic medical records are transforming health care
What I’m really thinking while holding that drill – insight from an Indianapolis dentist
Stem cell research – a San Diego researcher’s perspective on what’s next in this field
Excerpts from some of the more telling health care reports submitted to the List
Second opinion – Commentary from THE Angie

In addition to being delivered to Angie’s List members’ inboxes, the publication will be accessible to everyone at .

“Our magazine team, every member a veteran journalist, has a well-earned reputation for bringing great consumer insights and information to our members, sometimes with humor and sometimes with a cutting new edge,” Hicks said. “It’s always an interesting read.”

Recent honors for the Angie’s List magazine have come this year from the Indiana Society of Professional Journalists, The Communicator Awards, Summit Creative Awards and the American Inhouse Design Awards. Coverage included immigration, green building and pet issues, safety concerns over CSST pipes and human interest.

Angie’s List is where thousands of consumers share their ratings and reviews on local contractors and companies in more than 425 different categories. Currently, more than 750,000 consumers across the U.S. rely on Angie’s List to help them find the right service professional for the job they need done. Members have unlimited access to the list via Internet or phone. Get more information about Angie’s List at Read Angie’s blog at

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