Leading health IT PR/marketing firm brings on award-winning healthcare journalist as company further extends its national client roster and market footprint
Scottsdale, ARIZ.—February 6, 2018—Amendola Communications, a national public relations, branding, content marketing and digital marketing firm that specializes in health information technology, announced today that Ken Terry, an award-winning journalist and business writer, has joined the company as a full-time writer.
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Terry was formerly a senior editor at Medical Economics Magazine, focusing on managed care and health IT, and then held freelancer roles where he contributed regularly to Medical Economics, Medscape Medical News, InformationWeek Healthcare, FierceHealthIT, CIO.com and Hospitals & Health Networks. He received journalism awards from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (2000), the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (2001-2002) and American Business Media, which gave him a Neal award in 2007. In addition, Terry authored the book Rx For Health Care Reform.
Terry also wrote white papers, bylined articles, case studies and press releases for a number of firms in the health IT sector. Among the companies that commissioned his work were IBM Watson Health, Phytel, AT&T, Microsoft, McKesson, Allscripts and the Institute for Health Technology Transformation.
“Ken Terry brings a wealth of experience in healthcare journalism to our company, which leads the health IT PR and marketing field,” said Jodi Amendola, CEO of Amendola Communications. “His depth of knowledge about technology solutions and his insights into the rapidly evolving healthcare environment will give our clients an extra edge in communicating their message. We welcome Ken to our team at a time when the demand for our services is greater than ever. His expertise, combined with that of our existing ‘A-Team’ members, will drive Amendola to new heights of excellence.”
Media Contact: Jodi Amendola