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PriceSpective Appoints Colasante as a Vice President and Murdoch as a Director
Date:9/8/2009

LONDON, Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- PriceSpective, a value strategy consultancy that provides pricing and reimbursement services to pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, is pleased to announce that it has hired two senior experts for its UK office. Walter Colasante, as a Vice President, and Sophie Murdoch, as a Director, will help further strengthen PriceSpective's pricing and reimbursement expertise and expand its current offerings.

Colasante, who brings 20 years experience in healthcare, will contribute to PriceSpective's real world pricing and reimbursement knowledge and client guidance, and will enhance PriceSpective's forecasting and portfolio and risk management services. Reflective of PriceSpective's promise of active senior level project involvement, Colasante will be an immediate resource for clients.

Expanding PriceSpective's commercial and device expertise, Murdoch brings 12 years of pharmaceutical experience. Murdoch will play a key role in developing strategic guidance for clients that synchronizes pricing and commercial goals.

"With ever-increasing pressure on drug pricing and debates over healthcare reforms across the globe," said CEO Steve Slovick, "we are delighted to bring on two, outstanding senior-level experts whose unique and diverse experiences will ensure the continuation of high quality services to our clients in a dynamic marketplace. Meanwhile, UK-based partner Keiron Sparrowhawk said, "Walter and Sophie will be invaluable in the continued growth and expansion of PriceSpective, enabling us to further meet our clients' needs."

Previously, Colasante was the founder and Managing Director of Freelance Heath Services, which specialised in pharmaceutical forecasting, business analysis and intelligence, market access planning and epidemiology. Colasante's previous consulting experience includes serving as a General Manager at The Mattson Ja
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