Flemington, NJ, June 29, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Artcraft Health Education announces that it has won 2 Healthcare Advertising Awards for patient education. Winning a gold award was a resource center for patients with multiple myeloma consisting of 12 educational tear pads. Winning an award of merit was a poster encouraging patients with stomach pain to get tested for H. pylori, a common stomach parasite.
The Healthcare Advertising Awards, celebrating its 30th year, is the oldest, largest, and most widely respected healthcare advertising awards competition. A national panel of judges reviews all entries based on creativity, quality, message effectiveness, consumer appeal, graphic design, and overall impact. The awards are sponsored by Healthcare Marketing Report, a leading healthcare marketing publication.
“This is the fifth year in a row that we’ve won a major award in this competition,” says Marc Sirockman, Executive Vice President—General Manager at Artcraft Health Education. “I think that says something about the consistency of our expertise and creativity. One of our awards this year is for a truly creative approach to enabling multiple myeloma patients to choose educational materials that are of interest to them. The other award is for an educational poster that encourages patients to get tested for a potentially serious condition. These awards prove that Artcraft Health Education can provide solutions for any health education challenge.”
For more information about Artcraft Health Education, please visit our recently revamped website at www.artcrafthealthed.com.
About Artcraft Health Education
Artcraft Health Education is a marketing communications agency specializing in health education solutions for healthcare professionals, patients, and caregivers. Our extensive background with pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and medical devices enables us to meet most any challenge in health education. Our patient education materials empower patients to better understand their condition and treatment goals. Better understanding by patients can help clients achieve their health outcome goals and marketing objectives. For more information about Artcraft Health Education, please visit our website at www.artcrafthealthed.com.