Crisis Communications Firm Aids Troubled Hospital

Cleveland MetroHealth needs a crisis communications team to explain to county why they’ve hired a crisis communications team.  Awkward. Sarah Jane Tribble in the Cleveland Plain Dealer:

Aside from hiring Hennes Paynter, MetroHealth has invested heavily in its overall media and communications strategy. The health system has restructured its marketing and communications staff, with seven employees leaving and 11 being hired since the beginning of 2010. The annual payroll for the new marketing and communications department staffers who work with the public is now $1.3 million, according to records provided to The Plain Dealer by MetroHealth.”



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