If you’re interested in writing for MedTech Boston, please email our managing editor with your best pitches and a link to something else you’ve written. We read every pitch we receive. While we pay our staff writers, we are unable to pay freelancers, but we can guarantee unparalleled access to the greatest minds in healthcare and free entry into mind-opening events.
Stories we look for:
News: Do you have your finger on a piece of news that will change Boston’s healthcare scene as we know it? Send it to us, along with information about who you’ll talk to and why the topic matters.
Events: Itching to attend that cool hackathon or the crazy-stacked un-conference you’ve been hearing about? Tell us why you’re the best person to cover the event and tell us why this event, above all others, belongs on our site.
Products: If you think you’re the best damn product reviewer in the city, let us know. We want you to give us the low down on the next hot thing. Keep your pitch short and sweet – talk to us about what the product does and why it’s the best idea since sliced bread (or the Apple watch).
People: We publish Q&As with and profiles of people doing inspired work in the healthcare field. Got someone in mind? We want their name, their background and two questions you’re dying to ask them.
Companies: Boston is chock full of the brightest minds running the fastest growing companies in healthcare. Pitch us a story about a fascinating company and tell us why this company is worth our readers’ time. Think you can get a personal tour of their office? Even better.
Opinions: Are you a specialist in the healthcare field? Think you’ve got the chops to tackle payment reform or EHRs? We want your bio, the issue you intend to write (rant) about and a two-sentence summary of your argument.
Please send all pitches to our managing editor, Paula Sokolska, at email@example.com.
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