David Kassin Fried
Contributor at Software Advice
David Kassin Fried has been writing professionally since 1999, specializing in corporate communications, business growth and development, and technical documentation. He currently covers medical practice management, the EMR industry, and political and regulatory issues affecting doctors for Software Advice.
David’s previous experience includes research and development for a medical technology consulting firm; journal articles related to healthcare, agriculture, and entertainment; user manuals in the EMR, semiconductor, and mechanical engineering industries; and ghost writing and editing nonfiction books.
In addition to his work as a business writer, David is a published author, a produced screenwriter and playwright, and an accomplished actor. He’s written for Emmy® Award winners, has performed on stage in London’s West End, and his books have won or been nominated for several awards.
David graduated from the University of Texas with a double major in Radio-TV-Film and English, and continues to live in Austin, Texas with his family.
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