Radiology Today Magazine to be Published Monthly, with a Digital Companion, Beginning in January 2010
In addition to a rich new monthly format for the magazine, a digital companion will also be introduced for those professionals who prefer to read online.
CHICAGO, November 29, 2009 (RSNA) – Great Valley Publishing Company, publishers of leading allied healthcare magazines for more than 20 years in fields that include radiology, health information management, social work, geriatric care, and nutrition, is proud to announce that its 10-year-old publication, Radiology Today, will be published in print as a monthly magazine, with an interactive digital companion, starting in January of 2010.
“In the interest of our readers, we are excited about offering a rich and robust magazine in a new monthly format starting in 2010,” says Mara Honicker, Publisher/VP/COO of Great Valley Publishing Company and Radiology Today. “This new format will allow us to present a greater number of in-depth features and expand coverage through a greater diversity of topics. That breadth of coverage, along with the popularity of our website and the addition of a digital companion each month, makes the Radiology Today brand a very powerful vehicle for companies to reach key industry decision makers."
THE MAGAZINE: NOW IN PRINT AND DIGITAL
In its new format, the magazine will deliver a generous monthly supply of feature coverage, news, and insight certain to appeal to the imaging community, including radiologists, managers, directors, technologists, PACS/RIS administrators, nuclear medicine physicians, dosimetrists, radiation oncologists and radiation therapists.
The new monthly format will offer readers the same top- quality coverage of key issues and imaging technology developments, as well as adding a third Featured Department to each issue that will include new entries such as Molecular Imaging News and Radiology Coding. The magazine will also continue its popular Special Sections on Interventional Radiology and Women’s Imaging, while adding more focus on subjects like Imaging Informatics.
NEWS & OPINION ONLINE
The Radiology Today website, RadiologyToday.net, is a content-rich online destination that, has become popular as a research and reference tool for imaging professionals doing research in the radiology field. According to independent tracker Google Analytics, our Topic Index pages are frequently visited as they provide a treasure trove of archived articles from past issues in variety of pertinent subjects including Reimbursement & Coding, CT, Radiology Management, Ultrasound and PACS/RIS/Informatics.
Also part of the Radiology Today family is our blog, RadiologyTodayBlog.com. Moderated by Editor Jim Knaub, our blog site provides news, opinion, and some lively debate within the radiology community. We encourage reader comment and debate and welcome submissions for our Guest Voices page.
Radiology Today also offers recruiters a number of platforms to find the experienced, qualified professionals they need. Throughout the past decade, the recruitment section of Radiology Today magazine has been a proven path to success for recruiters in search of quality radiology professionals. Our audience remains the most qualified and loyal in the industry, maintaining the publication’s stature as one of the most effective recruitment vehicles in the field of radiology.
In the digital age, we also offer online recruiting options to suit any search within the radiology field. For physician recruiters in search of quality imaging physicians for partnership opportunities, academic appointments, and staff positions, the Physician Recruitment Center provides an online job board and resume bank exclusively for radiologists.
For those searching for radiology directors, managers, and technology professionals, AlliedHealthCareers.com is one of the industry’s most popular online recruitment resources, with a network of over 90,000 resumes and over 5,000 current job opportunities posted.
For more information about Radiology Today, email Editor Jim Knaub at email@example.com or visit RadiologyToday.net for editorial and advertising specifications.