Chatter Buzz is proud to announce that its work for the National Renal Administrators Association was awarded both gold and silver Recognizing Excellence in Medical Marketing certificates for photo/illustration in the 2016 Aster Awards.
The Aster Awards is a program dedicated to recognizing the most talented healthcare marketing professionals for outstanding excellence in advertising. Industry experts come together to judge marketing campaigns and individual advertising projects that exude creativity and professionalism. Winning entrees are published in the Marketing Healthcare Today magazine and have the chance to win both trophies and certificates. The Aster Awards categories include photo/illustration, special video production, direct mail, logo design, newsletters and more.
The National Renal Administrators Association (NRAA) is a nonprofit organization representing dialysis facilities and providers throughout the United States. NRAA supports its members through ongoing educational opportunities; lobbying efforts in Congress and at Medicare; industry networking through annual conferences and workshops; and services via Renal Services Exchange (RSE). NRAA strives to ensure competence, enhance professionalism and develop advocates throughout the kidney care community.
Chatter Buzz’s winning entry was the “NRAA Year In Review” infographic. This piece of work highlighted major moments and numbers that stood out to the NRAA in 2015. For example, by the end of 2015 NRAA had members in over 44 states with New York leading the charge. In addition, NRAA had over 6,900 facilities across the U.S. and over 446,00 patients. With this information and plenty more, Chatter Buzz created an infographic that stuck to the NRAA’s clean, professional nature and was appealing to those both in and out of NRAA. The infographic can be seen above
“As a trade association, we value the importance of marketing and communications to get our message across to our members and the kidney community at large. The work of Chatter Buzz Media has allowed us to create stronger and more meaningful messages.” – Marc Chow, Executive Director, NRAA & RSE.