Medical Justice has enlisted a new public relations firm to assist with its traditional and social media, association programs, creative services and speaker bureau efforts.
The PR firm’s biggest challenge? Convincing doctors that it actually has a product of value for the $600 it charges. It is two years later. Can Medical Justice explain a single tangible member benefit for $600? If you support Medical Justice, read the last paragraph of the post and respond to the questions I’ve posted. Maybe this new PR firm can set me straight as their first big gig for Medical Justice. I’m out here Trevelino/Keller Communications Group if you want to debate the merits. If you respond, I’ll publish anything you have to say in its entirety.