QUADRANT HEALTHCOM INC. NAMES VICE PRESIDENTS
Quadrant HealthCom Inc. announces new titles for three group publishers
CHATHAM, NJ, October 26, 2004 - Quadrant HealthCom Inc. is pleased to announce new titles for three Quadrant group publishers. Quadrant HealthCom group publishers - Sharon Finch, Patricia Patasnick, and JoAnn Wahl - have been named Vice Presidents of the company.
"Sharon, Patricia and JoAnn have demonstrated the capacity to evolve their brands in a manner that strengthens their publications and extends brand identity to a variety of medical education products - print, electronic and live events," said Steve Stoneburn, Quadrant's president and CEO.
Finch is responsible for Quadrant's dermatology titles, Cutis(r) and Cosmetic Dermatology(r); Patasnick for Federal Practitioner(tm) and The American Journal of Orthopedics(r), and Wahl for The Female Patient(r)'s multiple editions. Each has grown their businesses through a variety of health care communications for numerous pharmaceutical clients and equipment marketers. Programs have included online CME, web casts, symposia, directories, customized patient editions, newsletters, and supplements, among others.
Quadrant HealthCom Inc., a publisher of seven medical journals and multiple educational programs, is redefining the four cornerstones of health care communications: thought-leaders, editorial content, physicians and patient care. Our thought leaders provide the direction that allows us to develop our editorial content, which is then distributed to our 300,000 physicians and their patients, to ensure more effective health care. Quadrant produces journals in the primary care and specialty care fields, including the federal, women's health, dermatology and orthopedics markets, serving physicians and other medical professionals. Quadrant HealthCom Inc. also develops specialized communications including Interactive Multimedia Development, Meetings Development and Management, Customized Print Publications/Special Editions and Continuing Medical Education programs.
Contact: Stephen Stoneburn, 973-701-2700