KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Dobies Health Marketing, a healthcare-specialized marketing, branding and advertising firm, has hired Adam Lee as its new Client Services Manager.
In this role, Lee works with clients to ensure the on-time, on-budget execution of deliverables, including marketing, branding and advertising initiatives that align with the firm’s strategy-first approach. Lee brings more than a decade of healthcare marketing and communications experience to the team, including the planning and execution of integrated marketing campaigns, public relations and social media for healthcare corporations, agencies and associations. His specialized skillset and expertise will undoubtedly enhance brand, marketing and advertising initiatives for clients of Dobies Health Marketing.
“Adam’s extensive background in healthcare communications, coupled with his agency and client service experience, will greatly benefit the organizations we serve,” said Thom Ludtke, Vice President of Creative & Client Services. “His role will further enhance our team’s ability to provide the highest standard of strategic thinking and creative communications for healthier brands.”
Lee’s professional background includes proven success in strategic communications for such organizations as Cerner Corporation, greyhealth group and the American Academy of Family Physicians, among others. He says he is excited to become part of the team of experts at Dobies Health Marketing.
“I’m grateful for this opportunity to work with a healthcare marketing firm founded on strategy—something I thrive in,” said Lee. “I’m excited to apply my talents in marketing, communication, project management and strategic planning to elevate our clients’ brands.”
About Dobies Health Marketing
Since 1992, Dobies Health Marketing has offered highly specialized expertise in healthcare marketing strategy, branding and creative communications. The Kansas City-based company serves the marketing and branding needs of the entire healthcare industry, from hospitals, health systems and payers to medical device manufacturers, associations and certifying boards.