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Here's the short version: I tell stories.
Here's the longer version: I have 25+ years’ experience in communications and media, with a focus on healthcare: I create content for diverse audiences and platforms; translate complex concepts into clear language; help clients tell their stories; and deftly engage with thought leaders, communicating their ideas to a broader community. My current areas of focus are pharmacogenomics, clinical trials, medication management and value-based models of care.
Short case study for WCG Clinical
This infographic/blog post explores how the smart hospital rooms of the future have technology fully integrated, automated and streamlined — enhancing clinical workflows and efficiency by ensuring all information is current, accurate and appropriate for each team member.
Selecting the right site is the single most crucial decision a sponsor will make about its next clinical trial. This piece offers insights on finding the best-fit sites.
Recent breakthroughs have made one thing clear: The future of nuclear medicine will focus on therapeutics as much as diagnostics. This piece for McKesson takes a deep dive into where nuclear medicine is headed.
An issue brief and a white paper to support the Get the Medications Right Institute. The premise: A personalized, patient-centered, systematic and coordinated approach to medication use will vastly improve outcomes and reduce overall health care costs.
This blog post, developed for Target ALS, gives patients and caregivers practice guidance on what to expect from a clinical trial.
Article for Cardiovascular Business: With 45 percent of today’s cardiologists older than 56 and a quarter of nurses who are planning to retire aiming to do so within the year, experts predict a workforce shortage will hit when the baby boomers are increasingly in need of care.
Blog for Monument Health on integrating behavioral physical health
Several of my PR best practices articles for The Firm Voice are featured in this compendium.
Issue brief on telehealth, with a focus on underserved communities
This started as a media guide to biotech from the Biotech Industry Organization, but the "media" was dropped. I was the co-editor and wrote about half the copy.
This piece describes, in lay terms, the beginning of the drug-discovery process.
Issues affecting the fair market value of industrial properties transcend local markets. This article explores that, with a focus on energy.
Issue brief on integrated behavioral health
issue brief on patient-centered data home
Report on comprehensive medication management in the community pharmacy (I was lead writer and conducted all the interviews.)
Family Practice News article on senior mental/behavioral/neurological health
Article in issues related to the aftermath of ICD shocks.
Ghostwritten post for a wedding blog
Ghostwritten post for a wedding blog
Christian Science Monitor on various local efforts to ban drive-thrus.
This piece, for HealthLeaders Magazine, explore how CFOs can cut medical liability costs. "Medical liability costs continue to grow for hospitals, but the secret to controlling this isn't necessarily found in the financials. It's cultural. And that may leave a CFO wondering just what he or she can do to bend that cost curve."
Profile of attorney focuses how to bring science to the courtroom.
Article for Commercial Investment Real Estate Magazine
Ghostwritten blog post on how blockchain is poised to disrupt more than just the financial marketplace.
Article for Cardiovascular Business on the Stark Law and how it will likely be "reformed."
• Creates content for diverse audiences, translating complex concepts into clear language.• Works closely with clients, helping them clearly tell their stories• Turns qualitative and quantitative research into stories that support an organization’s brand.• Nimbly manages multiple projects, providing team leadership and project management.• Produces high-quality deliverables ahead of deadline with minimal or no supervision.Offers writing, editing and research services.
Company: Guilford-Blake Corp.
I worked there from 3/1998 until now
Responsible for developing briefs, articles, papers and other materials on healthcare issues including the patient-centered medical home, practice transformation, workplace wellness, provider reimbursement models, care coordination, social determinants of health, primary care transformation, health information technology and accountable care organizations.
Company: Health2 Resources
I worked there from 7/2010 until 5/2017
Roxanna was a prolific writer and content producer in our organization for seven years. She had my back as a writer; I can count on her to catch the awkward phrase or the misplaced modifier. Her excitement about digging into a new research and analysis project never wanes. She has that rare ability to transform a dry topic into a compelling story, with supporting analysis that makes the copy sing. A polished professional with the ability to coax the perfect quote from national experts.
Sandy Mau, Health2 Resources
Working with Roxanna has been a pleasure. She not only knows her industries, but is willing to dig deeper to turn statistics and facts into trends in which readers will find real value in the storytelling. She is collaborative, honors her word on delivery and follows up on projects to make sure you have what you need. She's simply a professional.
Ingrid Korgemagi, Altruis