Providing Medical Content & Thought Leadership For Medical Providers and Healthcare Publishers
Rodney J. Moore is an independent medical/healthcare writer with over 20 years of writing and content experience. As a journalist, Rod's freelance articles helped entrepreneurs pursue their dreams and build better businesses for over two decades.
Rod has written books and Amazon Shorts under his own name and he ghostwrites books for healthcare executives and entrepreneurs. His reporting has appeared in over 40 national magazines and newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal, Advertising Age, and WIRED. He has over 200 articles in print and online. Currently a contributing writer for Healthcare Finance News, Rod has a background in advertising copywriting, television production and editorial management.
Rod's writing practice includes ghostwriting thought leadership projects including books, white papers, case studies, speeches, and special reports. He specializes in the business side of healthcare with an emphasis on operations, finance, supply chains and facility infrastructure. He is a member of the American Medical Writers Association, The Author's Guild, and the American Society of Journalists & Authors.
Trust a writer who will make your deadline and give you content that is targeted and concise.
• White Papers
• Special Reports
• Sponsored Content
• Case Studies
• Ghostwritten Books/E-books
• Bylined Articles
• Ghostwritten Articles
My process begins with an assessment of your biggest challenge. Perhaps you have a project in mind or you need guidance on what to do next in your marketing or thought leadership plan. We'll talk about your most pressing need and move forward. More often than not, it is content related. You are selling a product or service and you need content for marketing and visibility purposes. Or you have a large editorial project that needs to be written and managed because of its size and scope. Perhaps you're an executive who simply lacks the time to write consistent thought leadership materials for your company or business.
Once we have an outlined the scope of the project, I typically draw up a contract or, in some cases, we combine elements from existing agreements and the writing process begins.