HCPro announces launch of Contemporary Long-Term Care magazine

Press Releases, July 14, 2006

Marblehead, Mass., July 14, 2006 - HCPro is pleased to announce the return of Contemporary Long-Term Care magazine. John Guyot has been named Publisher and heads the team charged with launching a new version of the magazine that published from 1978 to 2005. Former publisher of Nursing Homes magazine, Guyot brings more than 15 years of industry and publications experience to Contemporary Long-Term Care.

 

"When HCPro acquired Contemporary Long-Term Care magazine in February, we knew it was in need of a ground-up overhaul," said Paul Amos, HCPro Group Publisher, Long-Term Care division. "And that's what we've done. When the first issue of HCPro's Contemporary Long-Term Care hits mailboxes in October, subscribers will see a completely new publication in every way - with John and the HCPro editorial team building a magazine that will quickly be recognized as the standard of the industry."

 

Contemporary Long-Term Care magazine is the only long-term care industry trade publication to benefit from HCPro's unparalleled expertise, resources and proprietary data. HCPro has been publishing need-to-know information related to long-term care regulatory compliance, reimbursement, staff training and risk management since 1993. Contemporary Long-Term Care provides HCPro's exclusive analysis and expert advice on the news and issues important to skilled nursing and senior care industry managers.

 

"Our mission is simple," said John Guyot, Publisher. "To provide the information vital to a long-term care facility's success. It's what HCPro is known for and we look forward to ensuring that's what Contemporary Long-Term Care delivers for its readers."

 

ABOUT CONTEMPORARY LONG-TERM CARE

Contemporary Long-Term Care will begin publication with the October 2006 issue and will publish 9 times annually.

 

For Industry Professionals - Contemporary Long-Term Care is available free to qualified subscribers. To sign up for a free subscription, go to www.cltcmag.com.

 

For Industry Suppliers - Contemporary Long-Term Care is mailed to approximately 22,000 industry decision-makers selected from HCPro's database, allowing advertisers to make a cost-effective buy that reaches an exclusive targeted circulation of facility owners, senior executives, administrators and managers. To download a media kit go to www.cltcmag.com or contact John Guyot at (440) 893-9598 or jguyot@cltcmag.com.