Health Media Network (HMN) Expands Their Platform of Waiting Room Television Networks for Health Care Systems and Doctors Offices Across the Country

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Health Media Network, (HMN), one of the fastest growing digital media companies in the U.S. providing education and health content in physician waiting rooms, announced today the expansion of four specialty health television networks.

HMN’s Women’s Health, Heart Health, Diabetes and Multi-Specialty Networks have experienced significant growth as part of HMN’s platform of specialty health television networks for physician waiting rooms. Using the latest digital technology, HMN is able to customize content by medical specialty providing physicians with programming relevant to their patient-base. Physicians are also provided with dedicated time for custom messaging which can be created on-site with HMN’s custom messaging software.

“More and more we are finding leaders in the medical community coming to HMN for guidance on how to best use the waiting room as an educational and communication platform, the expansion of our Heart Health, Women’s Health, Diabetes and Multi-Specialty Networks are a direct result of the need by physicians for targeted and credible content as well as custom messaging.” said Larry Newman, Executive Vice President of Business Development for HMN.

Provided to physicians free of charge, HMN’s platform of specialty health networks focus on specialized content that is engaging and relevant to patients while waiting for their physicians. All content is professionally written and reviewed by a medical advisory board.

About Health Media Network

Launched in 2007, HMN is a leading point-of-care media company in the US, providing health and education content in physician waiting rooms to an engaged audience of health-minded consumers. HMN currently reaches over 27,000 physicians and 300,000 patients in medical offices, hospitals and healthcare systems across the country.

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