(E)Hospital is the world’s only hospital management publication in three languages: Published in English and executive summaries in French and German. With a distribution of over 19,000 copies and published bimonthly, (E)Hospital provides the key actors in healthcare management in Europe with the foremost, up-to-date information and a platform for discussion of current issues and events.
Published five times a year with a circulation of more than 7,700 copies across Europe, HIT addresses the most pressing topics in the healthcare IT industry including digital diagnostics, e-health, medical informatics, telemedicine and data security. The journal promotes best practices and common management standards in the highly fragmented European market of healthcare IT. HIT reaches a distinct and highly qualified audience of key decision-makers in the healthcare IT management sphere on pan-European level.
Cardiology Management is the one and only journal exclusively dedicated to management topics in cardiology covering best practice, latest advances and high quality care matters. The journal serves as a portal for the department heads and managers concerned, to share their experiences in meeting the complex and demanding challenges on their resources across the globe.
The official Management and Practice Journal of the International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (ISICEM) working in close collaboration with several important associations and congresses such as the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM), Euroanaesthesia, the Society for Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) and the Emergency Care Research Institute Europe (ECRI). Based on the most recent clinical developments, the journal focuses on best practice, efficiency, better value-for-money investments, cost savings, ethics and optimal patient and staff satisfaction. ICU Management is, thus, the point of reference in the increasingly sophisticated area of critical care and emergency medicine.
IMAGING Management addresses the most pressing topics of the moment related to best practice, safety, intervention, CT, MR, Ultrasound, etc. With a distribution of over 12,000 copies and published bi-monthly, IMAGING Management’s target audience includes specialists, professionals, practitioners, and key decision-ma - kers in the all encompassing world of medical imaging, in fields such as radiology, cardiology and information technology.
Additionally, the French version of IMAGING Management is published twice a year in cooperation with Société Française de Radiologie. With circulation of over 10,000 copies it reaches medical imaging specialists from French speaking communities and is the world’s most important francophone publication in this field.
Therapy and Rehabiliation
Journal of CyberTherapy and Rehabilitation (JCR). A quarterly published academic journal exploring the uses
of advanced technologies for therapy, training, education and rehabilitation. It mainly focuses on the rapidly expanding worldwide trend of moving toward technological applications in healthcare (virtual reality (VR), robotics, non-invasive physiological monitoring, e-health or adaptive displays).
Krankenhaus-IT Journal is the leading German healthcare IT publication published 6 times per year.