OMNI Health Media Exhibits at American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting

November 17,  2014
For Immediate Release
Contact:
Charles H. Weaver, MD
chweaver@omnihealthmedia.com

OMNI Health Media Exhibits at American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting

Sun Valley, Idaho and Fort Worth, Texas, November 17, 2014—OMNI Health Media, a specialty publisher of health information, websites, and applications specifically for consumers, including TheRAConnection and Women magazine, is exhibiting this week at the Annual Meeting of the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) in Boston, Massachusetts.

TheRAConnection combines valuable information about diagnosis, treatment, healthy living, support resources and breaking news, along with a social community created to provide patients and caregivers the opportunity to connect with others affected by RA.

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) affects an estimated 1.3 million adults in the United States. The good news is that important advances have been made in the management of RA: use of more effective drugs earlier in the course of RA reduces symptoms and joint damage, and allows some patients to achieve a remission (little or no active disease).

Charles Weaver, MD, CEO of OMNI Health Media says, “We’re pleased to be attending the ACR Annual Meeting to engage with the RA community and to report back to our audiences about key advances in the management of RA.”

About OMNI Health Media: OMNI Health Media (omnihealthmedia.com) is a leading specialty publisher providing health-related information with an emphasis on cancer and online applications and websites specifically for consumers. Established in 1996, OMNI develops and distributes multi-media health education content and programming, with an emphasis on cancer and women’s health.  OMNI has developed over 200 websites and supplies educational content and programming to over 2700 physicians for use on cancer center and clinic websites, including CancerConnect.com.  OMNI’s award-wining content programs reach over 1 million seekers of cancer information in English, Japanese, and Spanish each month.

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