U.S. Medicine is published monthly and serves the physicians, pharmacists, nurse practitioners and physician assistants working in the federal healthcare system. These are the professionals who care for our veterans, soldiers and their families in the United States and in locations around the world.
Created to link the interests of healthcare providers in the VA, the various branches of the Armed Forces, and the U.S. Public Health Service, U.S. Medicine addresses healthcare delivery and policy as it impacts patient care in these unique practice settings.
Our staff will work with you to create opportunities for your brand that will help build awareness with these difficult-to-reach health professionals. Tabloid-size pages deliver great exposure, 15 print editions yearly, and a very active website add up to a strong foundation to create a dialogue with our 35,000 readers. Talk to us about how we can help you…
- Garner support and interest in the federal market within your company with research that demonstrates patient volume by ICD9 code, product usage, spending on patient care, trends, and more
- Create a relevant advertising schedule incorporating our monthly issues and our special annual editions: The Compendium of Federal Medicine, and the Directory of Federal Medical Treatment Facilities
- Develop special venues for delivering your promotional message, in print and electronically
- Develop custom promotional education in print and on the web.
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Compendium of Federal Medicine 2017 Advertising Rate Card
Published each year in May, The Compendium of Federal Medicine presents concise but comprehensive information about new developments in diseases most often treated by healthcare professionals working in the federal setting and some diseases seen almost exclusively in federal medicine.
Recognizing the diversity of the federal market, the 2017 Compendium of Federal Medicine is a collection of articles on select topics of proven high interest to federal health care professionals, updating readers on a wide variety of clinical matters that impacts the care of the federal patient. Now in its tenth year of publication, the Compendium is mailed with the May edition of U.S. Medicine to the full circulation of 34,000 physicians, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and medical center administrators and central office leaders working in Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Defense (military) and the U.S. Public Health Service. Print & Digital Advertising Rate Card