Mark Hartley

Copy Editor, Copywriter, Developmental Editor, Editor, Ghostwriter, Writer, Managing Editor

More than 30 years experience in developing print and digital content for business-to-business publications

For more than 30 years, I have engaged with health-care professionals for B2B publications. I work with authors from within the health-care professions in developing both print and digital content, as well as writing numerous articles related to business development or career guidance. In addition, I partnered with health industry representatives to explain the relevance of new products or services available to professionals.
Content Types
Press Release, Whitepaper, Ad/Promotional Copy, Case Study, Infographic Copy, Presentation
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Southern Methodist University, BFA in journalism
Tulsa, OK, USA|English

Published Content

Following a family or business conversation on the phone: SpeakSee may be helpful to more than just the grandparents

New app expedites the way the deaf can communicate with health professionals, for example, regarding treatment.

August, 3 2018
2017 RDH eVillage Annual Salary Survey, part 2: Fewer hygienists believe it’s tough to land a job

A survey of dental hygienists showed that the long-term effects of the recession may be diminishing.

November, 2 2017
Patient financing: Kleer CEO explains hygienists' role in membership plans

Company CEO discusses how dental hygienists play a role in discussing treatment financing with patients.

February, 1 2018
Explainer Video
Oral Health America releases report analyzing state-by-state dental care of older adults

Oral Health America, the dental profession's primary fund-raiser, releases a report regarding the oral health of older Americans.
Dental hygienists sharply criticize corporate dental offices on Facebook

Dental hygienists have been primarily employees of small solo dental practices for decades. But larger group practices are shaping dental hygiene careers now.
Blog Post
Signing or talking: Here’s a rapid-fire message to you

The use of interpreters is increasing to improve access between the deaf and hearing businesses. Whether it's talking too fast or signing too fast, communication still falters.

August, 6 2018
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