LOS ANGELES--(American Health Journal, Windsor Broadcast Productions, are launching Innovations in Medicine, a new series to air on PBS SoCal. Produced by Windsor Broadcast Productions, the series will feature new developments, technology, procedures, and products in healthcare. The company is currently in production of its first six segments for the premiere 30-minute episode.)--The producers of the longest running television health series
“We regularly receive great feedback from stories we've produced on new medical equipment in beta testing that's not even FDA approved. People want to know what’s going to be available to them.”
"Audiences have been demanding for this type of programming for years," said Executive Producer Roland Perez. "We regularly receive great feedback from stories we've produced on new medical equipment in beta testing that's not even FDA approved. People want to know what’s going to be available to them."
With Innovations in Medicine Windsor will offer the first weekly show devoted to revealing compelling healthcare information previously available only from trade shows, healthcare insiders, medical journals and research newsletters.
Segments featured in the premiere episode include the glucose sensor company Dexcom and AVIIR Labs which focuses on advancing cardiovascular disease risk assessment, monitoring and an international stem cell story. The first episode of Innovations in Medicine is slated to premiere on SoCal PBS in November of 2012.
About Windsor Broadcast Productions
Founded in 1976, Windsor Broadcast Productions is located in Palm Desert, California. In 1988, they launched the nationwide syndicated program The American Health Journal which now reaches over 30 million homes. The American Health Journal has received over 92 national and international awards. The show is sponsored by Toshiba America and HF Healthcare.