New York Times Best-Selling Author, Multimedia Professional, Healthcare Specialist
Nick J. Tate is best-selling author, writer, editor, TV reporter, online producer, and sought-after consultant and public speaker specializing in healthcare, medicine, media relations, technology, finance, and consumer affairs. His work has appeared in The Miami Herald, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Newsmax Magazine, Health Radar newsletter, South Florida Sun Sentinel, Boston Herald, Progression Magazine, on Newsmax TV and the Al Jazeera network.
His top-selling book — the “ObamaCare Survival Guide,” last updated in August 2015 — was on the Publishers Weekly and The New York Times Best Sellers lists for 22 weeks — reaching No. 1 on The Times list for paperback advice books. It also hit No. 4 on Barnes & Noble’s Top 100 (No. 5 for in-store B&B sales) and No. 3 on Amazon.com.
His latest book, the “Encyclopedia of Natural Healing,” was published in December 2017. He also published “DaVinci’s Baby Boomer Survival Guide: Live, Prosper, and Thrive in your Retirement” in 2015 and “The Sick Building Syndrome,” following a year-long journalism fellowship at the Harvard School of Public Health.
Tate’s professional experience includes work as Health Editor for Newsmax Media Inc., Consumers Affairs Editor (South Florida Sun Sentinel), Science and Medicine Editor (Atlanta Journal-Constitution), and Health/Science Writer (Boston Herald).
In addition to his work as a multimedia journalist, Tate is an experienced educator whose background includes teaching health/science journalism as an adjunct professor at Emory University in Atlanta. He has also led a variety of training seminars on healthcare reform, consumer-health issues, media relations, online marketing, Website design, and social media for scientists, doctors, business executives, college students, healthcare industry professionals, and public relations specialists.