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AHA Solutions, Inc. Unveils Healthcare MarketMPact; Provides Education and Strategic Consulting Services for Vendors Pursuing Healthcare Market
Date:6/15/2010

AHA Solutions, Inc., a subsidiary of the American Hospital Association (AHA), recently launched Healthcare MarketMPactSM, a strategic consulting service providing education, product development and strategic marketing support to product and service providers looking to enter into or expand in the healthcare marketplace.

(PRWEB) June 15, 2010 -- AHA Solutions, Inc., a subsidiary of the American Hospital Association (AHA), recently launched Healthcare MarketMPactSM, a strategic consulting service providing education, product development and strategic marketing support to product and service providers looking to enter into or expand in the healthcare marketplace.

As part of AHA Solutions, Healthcare MarketMPact has a vested interest in ensuring new products and services not only meet hospitals’ needs, but also help drive continuous improvements in hospital efficiency and performance.

Led by Anthony Burke, CEO for AHA Solutions, Healthcare MarketMPact establishes an alliance of healthcare experts whose insights, experience and relationships can provide the competitive edge companies seek to succeed in the complex hospital market. “While the healthcare market offers significant new business opportunities, it’s estimated that 75% of development dollars is spent on products never reaching market potential,” said Burke. “With Healthcare MarketMPact, product and service providers have a powerful resource with a unique vantage point: we’ve worked with hospitals for more than 30 years, providing us with a strategic and unmatched understanding of hospitals’ strategic needs and criteria. With those perspectives and insights in hand, our clients can engage the healthcare community, expedite product development and execute successful marketing strategies to effectively navigate the healthcare market.”

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