"Especially with the ongoing implementation of Obamacare health providers must be able to communicate effectively," said Paul Swibinski, Vision Media Marketing Inc. President.
Secaucus, NJ (PRWEB) May 29, 2013
New Jersey Public Relations firm Vision Media Marketing Inc. is announcing that it has been retained by Integrated Medicine Alliance, a cutting edge medical group located in Monmouth County, NJ. The firm will draw on its experience in representing some of the state's largest hospitals and many other private and public sector clients to deliver services to IMA.
"Millions of Americans face important healthcare decisions every day and it is vitally important for providers to engage with existing patients and potential new ones in a proactive manner that promotes their unique brand," said Paul Swibinski, President of Vision Media Marketing Inc. "Especially with the on going implementation of Obamacare health providers must be able to communicate effectively. We are excited to offer our expertise to IMA, one of New Jersey's leaders in Comprehensive Primary Care."
Vision Media Marketing Inc. will offer many varied services to IMA including original branding and identity of the group and creation of a new website. The firm will also implement a comprehensive search engine optimization program to organically improve IMA's standing in search results and drive traffic to its new website.
Vision Media Marketing maintains a blog, VMMI Policy Perspectives, and it distributes a quarterly newsletter to clients, colleagues and other interested parties. For more information, please call Philip Swibinski at 201-864-0600 or visit http://vmmi.net.
About Vision Media Marketing
Vision Media Marketing Inc. was incorporated in 1985 by Jean Swibinski and Paul Swibinski, who continue to direct the company. A full-service public relations and media communications firm with a long history of successfully delivering clients’ messages, it specializes in public policy issues and crisis communications. Vision Media helps clients break through today’s cluttered media landscape to get their voices heard.