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AMR Research Analyst Named One of the Most Inspiring Individuals in Life Sciences by PharmaVOICE
Date:9/1/2009

BOSTON, Sept. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- AMR Research, the leading research firm focused on the global supply chain and its supporting technologies, is proud to announce that Hussain Mooraj, vice president and head of healthcare and life sciences research for the firm, was named to PharmaVOICE's list of the 100 most inspiring people in the life sciences industry.

According to PharmaVOICE's July/August edition, "One of the most knowledgeable individuals in the healthcare arena, Hussain Mooraj is helping to redefine the role and importance of supply chain management. He has built a world-class advisory team to help leaders in healthcare and life sciences transform their businesses. Thanks to Mr. Mooraj's leadership, major life science, distributor, and provider organizations are striving to work together to reduce costs, to enhance their supply chain operations, and improve patient outcomes."

"We are pleased to have such a strong validation of the exemplary work Hussain does for our clients and the industry as a whole," said Tony Friscia, president and CEO of AMR Research. "Hussain and his team are dedicated to helping healthcare and life sciences executives bring the same efficiencies to healthcare that other industries have achieved."

The fifth annual PharmaVOICE 100 honors individuals that have made a significant impact in the life sciences industry. The award and corresponding issue of PharmaVOICE celebrate the men and women of the industry who are providing inspiration and motivation. Thousands of nominations are considered, as well as accounts of what makes these individuals stand out. The publication also considers extracurricular activities such as community service, involvement with industry-related groups and associations, and philanthropic activities.

Upcoming Events:

  • On November 11, AMR Research will host its 4th annual Healthcare Exchange in Boston. The conference features industry leaders and AMR Research experts exploring how companies are navigating the uncertain future of healthcare. AMR Research will also unveil the first AMR Research Healthcare Supply Chain Top 25, ranking companies on their efforts to improve the efficiency of the total healthcare value chain.
  • On September 24, AMR Research is hosting a webcast on joint value creation and cost containment in the healthcare industry. Speakers include Mike Wentling, Executive Director of Johnson & Johnson Health Care Services, Gene Kirster, COO, ROi, Sisters of Mercy Health System, and Kevin O'Marah, chief strategy officer at AMR Research.

For more information about AMR Research's life sciences industry practice, please visit www.amrresearch.com or email info@amrresearch.com.

About AMR Research:

AMR Research is the world's leading independent research firm focused on the global supply chain and its supporting technologies. Founded in 1986 and privately held, AMR Research provides subscription advisory services and peer networking opportunities to supply chain, sustainability, and IT executives in the consumer products, life sciences, manufacturing, and retail sectors. To learn more the company's research and services, visit www.amrresearch.com.

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    amrresearch@famapr.com
    617-758-4153


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