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First-Ever List of the 5,000 Fastest-Growing Businesses Reports Total Revenue of $194.5 Billion
Date:9/5/2007

ion solutions via its call center and web-based services for pharmaceutical companies, food and beverage companies, and medical centers. The firm's health education consulting team mans a live, toll-free call center for consumer queries, helps with patient recruitment, program development and the management of governmental and health professional relations. Academic Network is also in the business of developing non-branded websites for their clients seeking to provide online resource centers on specific health and medical issues.

"The Fleishman-Hillard Clinical Trials Division and Academic Network enjoy a long-standing partnership that focuses on the development and implementation of strategic clinical trial recruitment programs. Academic Network provides compliant patient confidentiality processes, database management, trained healthcare operators, senior-level project management and strategic counsel from start to finish. Academic Network's team is consistently responsive, results-oriented, and resourceful," said Mindy Warner, Senior Vice President and Partner.

Founded and directed entirely by doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals, Academic Network speaks with authority on health and medical issues. At the helm of Academic Network, husband and wife team Kathleen McCarron and David McCarron, M.D., FACP, apply their medical research experience to effectively convey the messaging for their clients.

Academic Network and its founders the McCarrons have been instrumental in such projects , in past, as the "Milk Mustache" campaign, and most recently, GlaxoSmithKline's launch of the product, Alli, and nationally recognized Shaping America's Youth, a public / private initiative focused on addressing the public health crisis of childhood obesity.

The 2007 Inc. 5,000, as revealed online at http://www.inc.com, reported median revenue of $9.4 million and median three-year growth of 140 percent.
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