NASHVILLE, Tenn., (Nov. 14, 2017) -- Rosemary Plorin, president and chief executive officer of Lovell Communications, has been recognized as a 2017 "Most Admired CEO" by the Nashville Business Journal.
In its seventh year, the publication's annual Most Admired CEOs and Their Companies program recognizes Nashville leaders who inspire those around them, hold their employees, products and services in the highest regard, run their companies with integrity and are admirable examples of how all companies should be run and managed. Nominations are collected and culled by the Nashville Business Journal, and finalists are voted on by nominees in a process designed to determine who truly is most admired by their peers.
"Honorees this year include business leaders I've followed and admired for years," said Plorin. "To be included in their company is both humbling and energizing – and a really delightful surprise."
Plorin joined Lovell Communications in 2000, was named president of the company in 2013 and became CEO in January of 2015. She's led the 30-year-old public relations, marketing and crisis communications firm into a period of aggressive growth and strengthened their focus on providing high level communications strategy to the healthcare industry.
Previously, Plorin has been recognized by the Nashville Business Journal as a Woman of Influence, a Healthcare Hero, a Woman to Watch, and was a finalist for the 2016 Small Business Awards. She is an active member of the Entrepreneur's Organization, the Nashville Health Care Council and the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce. She serves on the board of trust for St. Paul Christian Academy, is a member of the Nashville Area Chamber Business Conditions Council and is a 2014 Fellow of the Nashville Health Care Council.
About Lovell Communications: For almost 30 years, Lovell Communications has provided award-winning marketing communications, public relations and crisis communications solutions for a nationwide client base of healthcare providers and the companies who serve them. Engagements run from two months to 20 years and clients include hospitals and health systems, academic medical centers, publicly held corporations, start-ups, physician practices and pre-IPO companies. Learn more about the firm at Lovell.com or on Twitter, Facebook or the company blog.
Health care providers routinely take notes as part of in-person or tele-health visits. Though those notes become part of a patient’s medical record, they have...