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As the U.S. healthcare capital, Middle Tennessee plays a key role in shaping the industry on a local, national and international basis. Knowing who is 'in charge' is important to fostering relationships and partnerships to keep this vital industry moving forward. Each December/January, Nashville Medical News provides a definitive list of leaders in the annual InCharge Healthcare issue, which is formatted as a glossy, four-color magazine.

#NMNInCharge showcases a wide range of difference-makers, including:

  • Hospital, health system and large practice leaders
  • Top researchers and academic leaders
  • Go-to healthcare advisors including the top healthcare attorneys, bankers, accountants and consultants
  • Key healthcare investors and entrepreneurs
  • And other leaders ... including some working behind the scenes ... who continue to grow Nashville's $40 billion industry.

The annual guide, which is mailed in early January and has a 12-month shelf life, is a great option for clients to reach our professional healthcare audience ... whether that be those looking for referral sources, those who supply the industry, or those with high-end products who want to reach a demographic with significant discretionary income.

Click here to view the 2020 edition.


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