NEW YORK: Amid fluctuations in funding for digital health startups over the last year, industry storytellers “have a leading role to play” to ensure health-tech adoption doesn’t fall to pre-pandemic levels, according to a study from Allison+Partners.
New research from the Allison+Partners Health practice points to a shift in the health tech landscape that will put increased pressure on marketing and communications professionals to communicate their value more clearly and concisely.
The 2022 North American SABRE Awards, which recognizes Superior Achievement in Branding Reputation and Engagement, includes around 350 campaigns on its shortlist, selected from among more than 2,000 entries. The campaigns were evaluated by our jury of industry leaders.Winners will be unveiled at the North American SABRE Awards ceremony, which will take place on Wednesday, May 4 at Cipriani 42nd Street in NYC, along with the Agencies of the Year.
SAN FRANCISCO: Allison+Partners has named three senior leaders to posts focused on healthcare.
The firm named Jamie Rismiller EVP, based in its Washington, DC, office. She has worked at the agency for almost a decade and has conducted integrated communications programs for the company’s b-to-b and consumer technology clients, including genetic testing, diagnostics, venture capital and healthcare companies, the agency said in a statement. Rismiller will serve as senior lead for the agency’s health technology portfolio and several new clients.
Women's health tech is currently a $700m market that’s expected to boom to more than $1 billion by 2025. What role will communications play in its future?
SAN FRANCISCO — Nordic Consulting has consolidated its PR and marketing business with Allison+Partners.
This episode kicks-off a series with Allison+Partners, License to Accelerate: Perspectives on the Future of Health. With May being Mental Health Awareness, in this episode we discuss how the global pandemic has impacted both awareness and action around mental health.