|By Business Wire||
|July 17, 2014 04:00 AM EDT||
BroadcastMed salutes its distinguished clients including Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Hospitals of the University of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian, Brigham and Women's Hospital, and UPMC for being recognized as being among the highest-performing hospitals by US News & World Report’s Honor Roll for 2014-15.
BroadcastMed Inc, is a leading developer and distributor of digital broadcasting content produced with the world’s most renowned physicians and healthcare organizations. Among the organizations recognized by US News and World Report, BroadcastMed has also worked with Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, Cleveland Clinic, New York-Presbyterian, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, UCLA Health and Mount Sinai.
“We are proud to work with hospitals that are considered to be among the nation’s best and we applaud their commitment to providing world-class care to all patients, “said Peter Gailey, President and Co-Founder of BroadcastMed, Inc.
Each year, U.S. News performs a comprehensive, nationwide evaluation of hospitals in 16 adult specialties, ranking the country's top 50 hospitals and recognizing other high-performing hospitals that provide exceptional care. Approximately 150 out of nearly 5,000 hospitals in the U.S - or about 3 percent - earn a national ranking in one or more of the 16 specialties.
About BroadcastMed, Inc.
BroadcastMed, Inc. is a digital medical broadcasting company. We help the world’s leading hospitals, medical device and medical education companies create and distribute trusted educational content to physicians, allied healthcare professionals and patients. Our clients rely on us to deliver measurable results by expanding their reach through the BroadcastMed Network. The Network includes affiliated broadcast channels feature educational content from some of the world’s top hospitals and physician experts. Also among the BroadcastMed Network affiliates is ORLive.com, a leading digital destination for physicians. For more information visit www.broadcastmed.com.
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