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A Healthy Dose of Deregulation? What Trump’s Address Means for Healthcare Communicators

On February 28, President Trump delivered his first address to a joint session of Congress in Washington, the largest and most significant speech since his inaugural address on January 20.

While the specifics of his policies are not yet known, his address established the framework for what communications professionals can expect the potential business impacts and resulting communications strategies to be as we continue through the first 100 days of President Trump’s Administration.

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My New Healthcare Journey Begins in a Familiar Place

In the lobby of our New York office, the wall is painted with large green letters that read, “We Are Ketchum.” When I worked here more than 14 years ago, it was our rallying call. Returning as a boomerang, it was instantly clear that aside from those words, our logo and a few familiar faces – a lot has changed since I left.

For healthcare, an industry where I’ve now worked for more than twenty years, Ketchum also has evolved and is redefining creative boundaries to help clients break through in exciting and relevant ways.

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Health-E Minds

Health-E Minds

Another blog?Isn’t there already enough being said about healthcare on the Internet? Is there a need for Ketchum to extend its external voice to healthcare?We think there is. Certainly there’s no shortage of healthcare news and information on the Internet and our goal isn’t to just echo what’s already “out there.”

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