BELTSVILLE, MD., Mar. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — BulletinHealthcare, a leading provider of news briefings for top U.S. medical associations, today announced that it has launched a new publication, NCC Practice Resource, for healthcare providers that hold certificates from the National Certification Corporation (NCC).
NCC offers nationally recognized certification programs and has awarded certifications to more than 175,500 licensed healthcare professionals in the obstetric, neonatal, and gynecologic specialties.
NCC Practice Resource provides weekly news for obstetric, neonatal, and women’s healthcare professionals, including clinical updates and professional practice news. The briefing is distributed via email to more than 80,000 nurses, nurse practitioners, and other licensed HCPs every Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. ET.
“We are pleased to partner with the National Certification Corporation to produce a briefing that complements their certification program and keep certificants informed of the most relevant news to them,” said Danielle Sturgis, Vice President of Partnerships at BulletinHealthcare. “The BulletinHealthcare analyst team is committed to producing handcrafted news briefings for busy healthcare professionals with a focus on their medical specialties and professional interests.”
BulletinHealthcare, a Cision® Insights solution, is a healthcare provider-focused digital publisher that – through partnerships with more than 30 leading medical associations and the Cleveland Clinic – curates and disseminates the stories and research that matter most to verified physicians, dentists, nurses, and other HCPs. BulletinHealthcare delivers nearly one million briefings every weekday to our partners’ members and stakeholders.
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About the National Certification Corporation
The National Certification Corporation (NCC) is a not-for-profit organization that provides a national certification program for nurses, physicians, and other licensed health care professionals. Certification is awarded to nurses in the obstetric, gynecologic, and neonatal specialties and, advanced practice Neonatal and Women’s Health nurse practitioners. Subspecialty certifications are awarded to licensed health care professionals in the subspecialty areas of electronic fetal monitoring, care of the extremely low birth weight neonate, neonatal neuro-intensive care, obstetric and neonatal quality and safety and neonatal pediatric transport.
Since its inception in 1975, NCC has awarded certifications to more than 185,000 licensed health care professionals. For more information about the NCC, visit, www.nccwebsite.org.