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Blog Policy

This blog, conceived and designed as a broad discussion on the health care industry, is paid for and hosted by World Congress, about which more here.

It is editorially independent from World Congress and is produced and edited by Corante, a leading blog media company that tracks themes and trends in technology, business, and media. The blog includes postings by independent bloggers/experts, who are paid, as well as may include posts by World Congress employees and partners, and may include interviews and profiles of individuals in the field who are not paid.

The positions and opinions posted on this site are those of their authors and don’t necessarily represent World Congress’ positions or opinions.

Below you will find an overview of our guiding principles, derived from a popular sample blogger code of ethics. If you have any questions or comments please email us at info@worldhealthcareblog.org

World Health Care Blog Policy

We promise to:

1. tell the truth.
2. write deliberately and with accuracy.
3. acknowledge and correct mistakes promptly.
4. preserve the original post, using notations to show where we have made changes so as to maintain the integrity of the publishing.
5. never delete a post.
6. reply to emails and comments when appropriate, and do so promptly.
7. disagree with other opinions respectfully.
8. link to online references and original source materials directly.
9. disclose conflicts of interest.

Our comment-moderation policy

Comments on this blog are moderated. All comments will be be posted unless they are spam, off-topic, or nefarious. We also strive for a civil discussion on this blog - personal attacks are not welcome and will not be posted. All comments must include a valid email or contact info.

Other blogging policies and FAQs whose principles we share:
IBM
Thomas Nelson
Hill & Knowlton
Yahoo
Sun
Feedster

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