Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) January 14, 2015
Health Affairs, the leading journal of health policy thought and research, has partnered with Boston-based publishing technology company ReadCube to index and enhance its content via ReadCube’s Discover service. Health Affairs titles are now offered as enhanced PDFs and are more easily discoverable within ReadCube’s web, desktop, mobile reading portals, search engines, and recommendation feeds.
“Our mission drives us to continue to innovate and explore new methods to support our academic readership.” says Ann Link, Senior Deputy Publisher” Working with ReadCube aligns perfectly with those objectives.”
Health Affairs articles, past or present, when viewed within ReadCube's apps, are available with unique reading enhancements including hyperlinked in-line citations, annotation tools, clickable author names, social sharing options, direct access to supplemental content and figures, and Altmetrics.
“We look forward to working with Health Affairs and continuing to expand our support to health policy researchers around the globe.” said Robert McGrath, CEO of ReadCube.
About Health Affairs
Health Affairs is the leading journal at the intersection of health, health care, and policy. Published by Project HOPE, the peer-reviewed journal appears each month in print, with additional Web First papers published periodically and health policy briefs published twice monthly at http://www.healthaffairs.org. Read daily perspectives on Health Affairs Blog. Download weekly Narrative Matters podcasts on iTunes.
ReadCube develops software to make the world of research more accessible and connected. Its free ReadCube desktop application for PC and Mac helps researchers in any discipline easily organize and manage existing article libraries, and discover new literature through searches and daily-personalized recommendations. ReadCube offers a suite of innovative services to publishers, including Readcube Discover, ReadCube Connect and ReadCube Checkout. Partners such as Nature Publishing Group, Frontiers, Wiley, Palgrave, and SciELO have adopted ReadCube’s publisher technologies. Harvard researchers Robert McGrath and Siniša Hrvatin founded Labtiva in 2007, which now has offices in Cambridge, MA and Zagreb, Croatia, and is supported by Digital Science, a technology division of Macmillan Science and Education. To find out more about ReadCube, visit: http://www.readcube.com. For publisher inquiries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org