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Double Helix Appoints Ann Stuchiner Vice President of US Consulting Division
Date:3/30/2009

gies, and marketing communications strengthens Double Helix's ability to meet our clients' commercial objectives in the increasingly cost-conscious and value-driven US market."

Chief Executive Officer of Double Helix Development Group, Dr. Wayne Phillips, added, "Double Helix Consulting offers a premier set of services to assist our clients in optimizing product commercialization by enhancing market access through a truly global team of professionals with deep experience from both the client and consulting sides. As an example, our growing emerging markets practice provides clients with the intelligence to implement successful strategies in the world's largest and most rapidly developing economies. Ann's experience in product planning and launch strategy bolsters our expanding capabilities."

Stuchiner founded and led the Managed Markets Group at FCB HealthCare. Prior to FCB, her consulting career focused on development and implementation of managed market access strategy to support commercial development and product launches on behalf of major biopharmaceutical and device firms. She was also Director of MC(2), the managed care division of Lowe McAdams. Prior to her work in medical product commercialization strategy, Ann was a healthcare benefit design consultant for major employers and managed care organizations. She has served as an advisor to both the US Senate Subcommittee on Labor and Healthcare Issues and the New York State Department of Insurance. She is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and received her Master of Public Health degree from Columbia University.


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