Jeanne-Marie Phillips, founder and president of HealthFlash Marketing, is a public relations and marketing communications expert with more than 25 years of
experience. Her award-winning campaigns combine a full range of attention-generating and revenue-building techniques.
Both strategic and tactical, Ms. Phillips is a highly experienced program development specialist and journalist, who has managed campaigns for dozens of companies in the general healthcare, medical equipment and IT fields. As head of HealthFlash, she has leveraged sophisticated communications and promotional techniques to help clients successfully build market share and revenues, establishing them as industry leaders or positioning them for sale.
Jeanne-Marie Phillips leads the strategy and program development for every account, provides in-depth writing services and acts as a key client contact, assisted by a diverse and experienced full-service account team. In this role, she has interviewed medical experts from around the world about breaking healthcare technologies and written in-depth articles that have appeared in wide-ranging publications, helping to generate strong visibility for clients. She attends over a dozen major medical meetings every year to keep abreast of developments in the field.
Prior to launching her firm under the name of Jeanne-Marie Phillips Communications in New York City in 1986, Ms. Phillips held management positions with a range of well-known New York City marketing communications firms, including Hill and Knowlton, Rowland Company and Porter Nouvelli. In these positions, she managed diverse accounts in the healthcare, general consumer and business-to-business arenas and today brings a far-reaching experience and vision to meeting the needs of every client.
Jeanne-Marie Phillips has held a variety of workshops and is a frequent lecturer on marketing communications. She is author of a monthly column in a major industry publication exploring healthcare technology trends.
Jeanne-Marie Phillips is a graduate of Cornell University, where she studied English and biology.