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Hill & Knowlton appoints Daniel McIntyre

Hill & Knowlton has appointed Daniel McIntyre as worldwide head of healthcare to drive the company's growth strategy in this sector

Hill & Knowlton (H&K) has appointed Daniel McIntyre as worldwide head of healthcare. McIntyre will drive the company's growth strategy in healthcare, integrating its assets to address the complex communications needs of client organisations active throughout the sector.

McIntyre joins H&K from integrated marketing communications consultancy Global Prairie where he was partner. His experience includes product marketing, corporate reputation, issues management, international public affairs and public policy. 

He has more than 30 years of working in the industry for companies including Fleishman Hillard, Wyeth, MeadWestvaco, Pharmacia, Bayer, American Home Products and Hoffman La Roche.

Based in New York, McIntyre will report to Paul Taafe, chairman and global CEO. Taafe said: "Dan's experience is key as H&K responds to the needs of our growing healthcare roster. Our clients face some of the toughest challenges globally such as litigation, regulatory oversight, risk communications, reimbursement and market access. These require an increasingly holisitic view of the healthcare world."

McIntyre said: "As opportunities expand for healthcare organisations worldwide so do the complexities of societal expectations and obligations inherent in the industry. No firm is better positioned than H&K to advise and counsel in this healthcare landscape."

1st June 2010

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