Becker’s Launches MyBHC and MyBHC+ Subscription Services


Becker's Healthcare is thrilled to introduce its new subscription services, MyBHC and MyBHC+. The services offer an elevated, personalized digital experience, providing healthcare leaders with enhanced access to Becker's content, events and opportunities.

The complimentary subscription service, MyBHC, is available now. Subscribers gain on-demand access to live and virtual events, invitations to upcoming interviews and conferences, the ability to save, share or bookmark meaningful content, and the option to individualize the experience by choosing which healthcare topics to follow. Click here to join now.

The premium subscription, MyBHC+, will provide the above and more. Subscribers will secure access to premier, never-before-seen articles and insights in addition to exclusive peer-to-peer networking prospects. This paid subscription will go live in May 2023. 

Both MyBHC and MyBHC+ have been made possible by the hard work and dedication of Becker's data team leaders Pnithan Jantarakolica and Ishaan Roy.

Becker's Healthcare is proud to be a trusted source of healthcare news, insights and connections. MyBHC is another way to deliver on Becker's promise of providing value to industry decision-makers.

Please email [email protected] with any questions about Becker's subscriptions.

About Becker's Healthcare

Becker's Healthcare is the go-to source for healthcare decision-makers and one of the fastest growing media platforms in the industry. Through digital media and live event platforms, Becker's Healthcare equips healthcare leaders with information and forums they need to learn, exchange ideas and further conversations about the most critical issues in American healthcare today.

Contact Information:
Katie Atwood
Chief Operating Officer
[email protected]

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