Selling healthcare

If you’re in the business of marketing for the healthcare industry (if you own a medical device or other type of bioscience company, this could be valuable), and your budget can bear a $5700 hit, here’s a class for you, “Strategic Marketing for the Health Care Industry.” The promo says: “Learn innovative strategies, insights, and methods for exceptional results in healthcare marketing…”

Sounds a bit like a crash-MBA course for medical marketers (though it’s clearly a prohibitively expensive proposition for a startup or smaller enterprise). It’s brought to you by The Medical Marketing Association (MMA) in combination with the Health Industry Management Program at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management.

The course will be held at Northwestern University, Evanston, IL this September 19-24.

One of the big services MMA offers members is the ability to post unlimited numbers of jobs to its website. And there’s the hope–that your company keeps growing and keeps needing to hire more people. Membership is around $200.