AMY CLARKE JOINS QUADRANT HEALTHCOM INC.
CHATHAM, NJ, October 26, 2004 - Quadrant HealthCom Inc. is pleased to announce that Amy Clarke has joined Quadrant as Senior Vice President.
In this new position Amy will have direct responsibility for the company's two primary care journals (Emergency Medicine(r) and Physicians Travel & Meeting Guide(r)), New Media (Quadrant's corporate medical education unit) and telemarketing sales.
Most recently, Amy was Vice President, Marketing, for Advanstar Medical Economics. In that capacity she had responsibility for corporate marketing, research, promotion and strategic planning for Advanstar and Medical Economics titles. Previously, she was group publisher for Medical Economics' Contemporary group - category leading journals in the women's, pediatrics and urology markets. Amy worked at Medical Economics for 11 years.
"Amy Clarke brings to Quadrant a combination of strategic skills and management track record ideally suited to help us grow key business units," said Steve Stoneburn, Quadrant's president and CEO.
Amy is a graduate of SUNY Albany and currently lives in River Vale, NJ.
Amy Clarke may be contacted by phone at 973-701-2757 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.