dailyRx® News Network (dNN)

The Only News Network Approved by Doctors and Pharmacists

dNN is the world’s leading 24-hour digital health news network.

Our Mission

Our mission is simple: to publish news and health information that empowers you to live life to the fullest.

What Is dNN?

dNN is a digital media enterprise publishing health news that patients can trust and use to make informed health decisions. dNN’s research-based news products are written and produced in easy-to-understand language with "main-street" health care provider perspectives to maximize reader trust. dNN syndicates its video news products on social media channels, websites, mobile apps, YouTube and TV programs, ensuring that omni-channel patients have 24/7 access to the latest health news.

As a digital news publisher, dNN is focused on how the application of digital technologies and the delivery of world-class news products will produce behavior changes among patients and consumers. We deliver a superior user experience, integrating business logic and revenue models over Web, mobile, phone, social media and digital TV environments. dNN’s publishing model and innovative platform focuses on realizing low-cost publisher advantages.

Why dNN?

dNN is a patient- and provider-focused network, publishing health information you can trust.

"Millions of patients visit dailyRx.com every month to find health information that informs and engages them," says dNN President Sean Brindley. "dNN is a marriage between innovative technology and a new kind of newsroom."

"Our strategy is to leverage digital publishing platforms, making it easier for journalists to deliver meaningful health news," Brindley said. "We believe dNN's information rises above the noise and confusion. dNN merges health news with digital journalism and produces truly great reporting as a result. Though we're a digital media company, we believe adhering to the fundamentals of journalism will deliver measurable value to both consumers and patients alike."

Last Updated: February 16, 2015