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Navigating the vault

While we will no longer be posting new content at amednews.com, years of our news stories, features and columns remain available. Here are some of the handiest ways to find past items.


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To inquire about ordering reprint and or requesting permission to republish content, please visit our reprints and permissions page.

To contact the American Medical Association, please use this form.

your ad online

An online destination since 1995, amednews.com is the weekly news source for physicians and everyone who needs to follow developments in a changing health care delivery system.

The website has all the content of the print edition, and a good deal more. The site’s searchable topics make it easy to use, while slide shows and interactive graphics bring clarity to complex issues.

Unlimited access to full text archives includes the complete text of everything published since January 2000, while email alerts, RSS and postings to Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn keep users current on must-read content.

The mobile edition provides full text of news and features in a device-optimized format, complete with its own search, topical shortctus and mobile-friendly email alert.

All in all, amednews.com is the go-to site, with timely, authoritative news and a rich storehouse of content of enduring value.

  • Standard positions:
  • Banner at the top and bottom of every page
  • Box Unit or Double Sky in right panel
  • Interstitial ads on every page
  • Banner and Skyscraper in email alerts
  • Roadblock on home page

For more information on advertising at amednews.com and in our related online products, including technical specifications and ad rates, please see the contact information below.

Print advertising

your ad in print

Published since 1958, American Medical News continues to present useful news and information with a special focus on physicians in a changing health care delivery system, presented in an engaging way.

American Medical News is one of the most widely read publications in the United States on news affecting the medical profession. Its large circulation cuts across geographic regions, practice settings and medical specialties. Simply no other news source covers the same range of topics.

The newspaper presents concise but detailed information not provided by the lay press, and a socioeconomic, practice-oriented slant not found in clinical journals. Its reporting, writing and design have won many prestigious newspaper industry awards.

American Medical News' must-have coverage, reader-friendly navigation and unbeatable tabloid format "billboard" your advertising as nothing else can. It's the placement that gets your campaign noticed.

Other general medical publications compete for doctors’ time, but none gets the job done like American Medical News.

  • Standard positions:
  • Full page 4 column by 13.25 inches
  • Junior 3 column by 10 inches
  • Shelf 4 column by 10 inches
  • Many other options available to fit your needs
  • Innovative treatments including gatefolds and covertips

For more information on advertising in print, including technical specifications and ad rates, please see the contact information below.

Classified advertising

Physicians, health care executives, and administrators turn to American Medical News for the weekly insight and in-depth coverage they need to stay current. You benefit from the loyal readership of this large and diverse audience when you place your ad messages in American Medical News classifieds. The section accepts ads for products and services, as well as for career opportunities and continuing medical education.

For more information on placing physician recruitment advertising, please consult the rate card or see the contact information below.

To access online job listings from across the AMA’s scientific journals, see JAMA Career Center.

Contact

For more information on advertising in American Medical News, including the rates and discount programs available, see the Print Display Advertising materials or contact:

Print and online:
Charlie Meitner, Tracey Sears
Sales representatives
119 Cherry Hill Rd., Suite 330, Parsippany, NJ 07054
973-263-9191 (ext. 210 Charlie, ext. 206 Tracey)
charlie.meitner@ama-assn.org - tracey.sears@ama-assn.org

Mark Thornbury:
Manager, Marketing Services
973-263-9191 (ext. 212)

Classified:
classifieds@ama-assn.org
Voice:  800-262-2260
Fax:  312-464-5909

Advertising on the American Medical News site adheres to the advertising principles and privacy principles governing all ads on the American Medical Association's family of websites.

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