BHB compliments our focus on the aging demographic and allows us to expand our coverage beyond post-acute and senior care.
CHICAGO (PRWEB) January 07, 2020
Aging Media Network, Inc. (Aging Media), is proud to announce the launch of Behavioral Health Business (BHB), a new publication covering the $250 billion business of mental health and substance abuse.
BHB marks Aging Media’s sixth publication and further solidifies its position as the leading business media company covering the senior and post-acute healthcare market.
“We are excited to provide news, information, and analysis that behavioral healthcare executives and government officials need to build out this important industry,” said John R. Yedinak, president, and co-founder of Aging Media. “BHB compliments our focus on the aging demographic and allows us to expand our coverage beyond post-acute and senior care.”
BHB’s editorial team will be led by Bailey Bryant, a Columbia University alumna who cut her teeth at Aging Media Network reporting for Home Health Care News. Previously, she's lent her talents to outlets such as Newsweek, CBS and the Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting.
Kyle Coward, a former behavioral health care professional, also joins the team as a reporter. Coward’s journalistic work has been published in the Chicago Tribune, The Atlantic and Reuters, among other publications.
Backed by Aging Media, BHB will utilize its unparalleled access to the healthcare landscape to ramp up the site and position it for growth.
“Our clients continue to seek solutions on how to connect with owners, operators, capital partners and industry professionals in the mental health and addiction markets,” Yedinak added. “The launch of Behavioral Health Business is a natural fit to meet the demands of our readers and our business partners."
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About Aging Media Network
Aging Media Network is the largest business-to-business media (B2B) company covering the $7.6 trillion business of aging, and is the premier source for digital news and thought leadership in the longevity market.
Founded in 2011 and based in Chicago, Illinois, AMN owns and operates the leading business publications Senior Housing News, Reverse Mortgage Daily, Home Health Care News, Skilled Nursing News, Hospice News, and Behavioral Health Business.
View AMN’s website at http://agingmedia.com
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