Analysts In Media Launches New Future Healthcare Project

New York, NY, October 03, 2006 --( Analysts In Media (AIM Inc.) released the Q3 2006 issue of Future Healthcare, a high level publication and website forum, designed to provide the key medical and healthcare decision-makers with an in-depth analysis of medical trends, healthcare innovation, and industry developments throughout the healthcare market.

The inaugural edition of Future Healthcare featured some of the most senior thought-leaders across a range of the most innovative medical specialties. The big story covered The Future of Medical Records, which included a virtual panel discussion and articles from C.Peter Waegemann, CEO of Medical Records Institute and Joyce Sensmeier, VP of Informatics at HIMMS. Other cover features included an interview with Dr. Norman Edelman, CMO of the American Lung Association who headed up the Respiratory Care coverage, Catherine Parsons gave her take on the Future of Radiologic Technology, and special contributions from the American College of Cardiology as well as US Congressman, Tim Murphy who discussed the federal governments role in US healthcare and Infection Prevention.

For the Q3 2006 issue, Allan Schweyer, CEO and Executive Director of the Human Capital Institute outlined a hot topic in the industry - the US shortage in healthcare professionals, and also commented, “Future Healthcare Magazine offers the most progressive and comprehensive view of the medical world that I've seen to date. By addressing issues in talent management as well as pure medicine, Future Healthcare truly addresses the needs of all healthcare professionals.”

As well as the hard copy publication sent out to a 35,000 audited circulation of healthcare decision makers, there is a digital magazine and online portal, with the entire contents available at Future Healthcare's website.  Additional copies are sent to Future Healthcare’s media partners including The Gartner Healthcare IT Summit, and The World Healthcare Congress of Innovation and Technology, to maximize exposure at these crucial industry events. “We are extremely pleased that so many established thought leaders have lent their expertise to the Future Healthcare publication, and with key media partnerships from the  leading industry associations, the digital magazine and online presence to a global audience, we believe Future Healthcare will continue to be a great success,” said Nigel Singh, Senior Project Director of Future Healthcare. “The feedback we have received has been fantastic, and we look forward to further servicing the needs and demands of the Healthcare industry.”

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