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Advanced Health Media Company Announces Renee DeFranco as Senior Vice President - Human Resources
Date:1/27/2011

BRIDGEWATER, N.J., Jan. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Advanced Health Media LLC (AHM), announced the appointment of Renee DeFranco as Senior Vice President – Human Resources. Ms. DeFranco will lead the human resources function for the company and play an integral role on the business team. She reports to Jeff Brady, Chief Executive Officer and President of AHM and is also a member of the AHM Executive Committee.

"Renee's extensive human resources and business experience will strengthen AHM's current position as a leading company in compliance-related services and solutions. She will contribute significantly to the strength of our organization and our ability to achieve our business objectives," said Jeff Brady.

Ms. DeFranco brings with her more than 20 years of human resources experience with more than half of those in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry. Her expertise in talent management, workforce and succession planning and core HR processes make her the ideal Human Resources leader for the company.

Prior to joining AHM, Ms. DeFranco worked as an HR leader at Novartis. Her prior experience included HR leadership roles at Symrise, Inc, a global specialty chemicals manufacturer and at Pliva, Inc. which is now part of Teva.

Ms. DeFranco holds an M.B.A. in Strategic Human Resources Management and a BS, both from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

About Advanced Health Media, LLC

Advanced Health Media (AHM) is the leading U.S. provider of speaker-led meeting logistics, state and federal regulatory compliance technology, thought leader development and medical communications. AHM has developed and markets a fully integrated suite of hosted technology solutions and sales support services designed to address the diverse operational and compliance management needs of its clients, including corporate speaker bureau and event management solutions, sales force automation technology, customer relationship management, and compliance tracking and reporting systems. AHM also provides full-service medical communications, including strategic communication strategy, publication planning, scientific meetings and key opinion leader advocacy development. AHM provides services to more than 50 companies in the pharmaceutical sector.

Headquartered in Bridgewater, NJ, with offices in Union and Somerville, NJ, Chesapeake, VA and Chicago, IL, AHM is the parent company of AHM Solutions, Centeon Solutions, Embryon, LLC, Ephikacy, LLC, Cogenix, LLC, ProMedix, LLC, and InsiteResearch, LLC. For more information, please visit the AHM Web site at www.ahmdirect.com.


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