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ReachMD and VerusMed Broadcast Medical Conference Coverage on XM Satellite Radio
Date:2/6/2008

VerusMed Conference Coverage Available to Physicians 24/7 on ReachMD

CHICAGO and NASHVILLE, Tenn., Feb. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- VerusMed and ReachMD, providers of advanced health care news and information for medical professionals, today announced a partnership to provide VerusMed's medical conference coverage highlights on ReachMD XM Satellite Radio (Channel 157) and via online streaming audio and on-demand podcasts. The companies will collaborate to deliver updated conference coverage 24/7 to physicians.

The new conference series includes coverage of rheumatology, psychiatry and other therapeutic areas. Conference coverage will be aired daily in four, 13-minute audio segments. The programs include interviews, thought leader perspectives and peer insights on news released from the conference.

"We're thrilled to be partnering with ReachMD to expand our clinical news briefings to physicians in another convenient information channel," said Scott McQuigg, CEO of VerusMed, a ConnectivHealth company. "For busy physicians, 24/7 XM radio programming that can be downloaded via podcast is an ideal way to catch up on conference coverage highlights."

Through its experienced team of medical writers and editors, VerusMed delivers timely news coverage from key medical conferences to medical professionals who need to stay current on the groundbreaking research being conducted in their specialty areas. Each conference series will expand on key highlights as reported by VerusMed's editorial team.

"This partnership is a great opportunity to deliver on our vision of giving medical professionals updated news from the nation's top medical conferences," said Gary Epstein, CEO of ReachMD. "VerusMed is an invaluable source of medical conference coverage for on-the-go medical professionals, and we share the same commitment to deliver much needed information in the most convenient ways."

VerusMed's coverage will also be archived on ReachMD's website
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