News | Cardiovascular Business | September 06, 2019

Scranton Gillette Communications Names Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology Group Publisher and Integrated Media Consultant

Diane Vojcanin becomes group publisher for DAIC and sister publication brand Imaging Technology News; Andreja Slapsys named healthcare group integrated media consultant

Scranton Gillette Communications Names Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology Group Publisher and Integrated Media Consultant

Diane Vojcanin (left) was named vice president, group publisher, healthcare group, overseeing Imaging Technology News (ITN) and Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology (DAIC). Andreja Slapsys (right) was named a healthcare group integrated media consultant.

September 6, 2019 — Business-to-business communications company Scranton Gillette Communications has named Diane Vojcanin as vice president, group publisher, healthcare group. Additionally, the company is announcing that Andreja Slapsys will serve as a healthcare group integrated media consultant.

In her new role, Vojcanin will oversee a team of editors, designers and integrated media consultants who publish two award-winning industry brands, Diagnostic & Interventional Cardiology (DAIC) and Imaging Technology News (ITN), in print and digital platforms.

Vojcanin has been with SGC for 14 years, having held a number of key roles, including her most recent position as vice president, group publisher of Furniture, Lighting & Decor, an award-winning brand she created. She also served as vice president of custom media, creative services and marketing, and was recognized as one of an elite group of “Top Women in Media” by FOLIO: magazine in 2018. 

“Diane is uniquely positioned to combine her strong experience across publishing, marketing and sales partnerships to further enhance this set of industry-leading brands,” said Rick Schwer, president, Scranton Gillette Communications. “Our healthcare brands deliver market-leading content and data across all platforms, and service advertising partners who represent the world’s leading healthcare products and technologies,” Schwer added, noting, “In their capacities, Diane and Andreja will bring value to our award-winning editorial team and partners from both brands.”

Slapsys most recently held the role of custom media consultant for the company. Having serviced the healthcare division earlier in her SGC career, Slapsys brings a demonstrated history of working in media, providing content marketing solutions across multiple industries. Skilled in account management, customer service, integrated advertising sales and product/business development, Slapsys earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Devry University in Technical Management, with an emphasis in Sales and Marketing.

Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology (DAIC) reaches more than 25,000 healthcare professionals in cardiology, interventional cardiology and cath labs across the United States. These influential buying team members rely on DAIC’s award-winning print and digital editorial content.

Imaging Technology News (ITN) reaches more than 34,000 radiology, radiation oncology, women’s health and nuclear medicine professionals. In addition to commanding the biggest share of the market, both brands offer their print and digital audiences a unique research tool in detailed comparison charts. This unique research tool serves as the industry’s leading resource for specifying, recommending and approving technology and device purchases.

Scranton Gillette Communications Inc., a business-to-business communications company based in Arlington Heights, Ill., serves 19 diverse and important industries with award-winning brands offered across multiple platforms.

For more information: www.dicardiology.com

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