About Music City Medicine


Milt Capps

MUSIC CITY MEDICINE is being developed by Precision Content Group (PCG), which produces the sites listed in the left column.

The intent of Music City Medicine is to provide news, analysis and reports of human interest regarding healthcare, pharma and life sciences, medical and healthcare information technologies, finance, research and commercialization of intellectual property, and the business of healthcare, as viewed from one of the most significant centers of healthcare expertise in the world. Please address inquiries, here.

Milt Capps is owner-publisher. He was previously a reporter and an editor for The Mergermarket Group, which was owned by The Financial Times Group (Pearson), prior to its sale in 1Q14 to a private equity firm. Earlier in his career, Capps was Vanderbilt University associate vice chancellor for news and public affairs; United Press International (UPI) senior vice president for corporate affairs; Nashville Post Co. associate publisher for industry news; Nashville Public Television WNPT vice president-communications; and, senior vice president of Manning Selvage & Lee/Washington, D.C. Member, Leadership Nashville Alumni Association. B.A.-Journalism, University of South Carolina (1970). Former Nashville Chapter President, Society of Professional Journalists (SDX). Member, National Press Club, Washington, D.C. Served as U.S. Air Force public-affairs officer and scenarist in 600th Photographic Squadron (MAC/AAVS/7AF), Vietnam; and, as chief of information plans and programs for then-USAF Security Service (USAFSS), allied with the National Security Agency. USAFSS elements have since 2007 operated within USAF Intelligence, Reconnaisance and Surveillance Agency.