Overview

Health News Licensing and Syndication

dailyRx News Network publishes health news for consumers and patients alike. dNN’s text and video content may be customized and syndicated across mobile apps, websites, digital TV channels, patient portals, social media channels, and newsletters to enhance patient education.

dNN is the #1 publisher of health news with integrated video segments. News articles are research-based, covering a wide spectrum of health conditions, pharmaceuticals, and over-the-counter medicines.

As content consumption among Americans continues to increase, now averaging over 12 hours per day, dailyRx News is focused on achieving its primary goal - publishing world-class news products!

All dailyRx News’ articles are reviewed for medical efficacy by both doctors and pharmacists to ensure accurate, unbiased information is published. dailyRx News is focused on delivering a wide range of multimedia health content that encourages patient-provider collaboration, enhancing communication, and enabling patients to make informed decisions when it comes to managing their health.

"Nearly 10 million patients visit dailyRx.com every month to find health information that informs and engages them. dNN is a marriage between innovative technology and a new kind of newsroom," said Don Hackett, dNN's Publisher.

"Our strategy is to leverage digital publishing platforms making it easier for journalists to deliver meaningful health news. We believe dNN's information rises above the noise and confusion". said Hackett. "dNN merges digital journalism with the great reporting. 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."

"dailyRx News publishes information patients can trust when it comes to managing their health."

Our Mission

dailyRx News' mission is to publish information that sparks effective health conversations, empowering both patients and healthcare providers to improve patient outcomes and reduce overall care delivery costs.

Last Updated: March 26, 2014