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Susan Stein, CEO of CONNEXION Healthcare, Selected for the Class of 2009 Women of Distinction by Philadelphia Business Journal

NEWTOWN, Pa., Oct. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Susan Stein, CEO of CONNEXION Healthcare (CXHC), has been selected for the class of 2009 Women of Distinction by the Philadelphia Business Journal. Philadelphia Business Journal's Women of Distinction are selected based their significant professional accomplishments and community involvement.

In 1999, Ms. Stein founded CXHC, a privately held healthcare communications company serving the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industries. This dynamic company is certified as a Women's Business Enterprise by the Women's Business Development Center of Philadelphia on behalf of the Women's Business Enterprise National Council. From a modest single-room office in 1999, Ms. Stein shaped CONNEXION Healthcare into one of Philadelphia Business Journal's top 25 women-owned businesses (2005 and 2006) with nearly $15 million in revenue. Over the past ten years, CXHC has remained a strong competitor in healthcare communications, evolving to meet the challenges of a fast-paced environment by providing creative and cutting-edge solutions in healthcare communications to its customers. Ms. Stein attributes her company's success to building strong relationships, employing exceptional talent, and providing clients with profound industry expertise, high-quality execution and incomparable service.

Ms. Stein devotes time to a number of planning committees for community and charitable organizations in the Philadelphia area. Since 2005, Ms. Stein has been involved in the planning of Daisy Day, the largest daytime annual fundraising event in Philadelphia for Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Ms. Stein firmly believes in the strength and power of women in business and was on the board that established the Philadelphia Chapter of the Healthcare Business Women's Association (HBWA). She continues to support this organization with her time and talent through committee involvement and speaking engagements.

Grounded in science and inspired by passion, CXHC is a group of independent but complementary healthcare communications companies dedicated to developing high-quality scientific programs. Its mission is to educate, motivate, and inspire healthcare professionals across all therapeutic areas to help improve patient care. CXHC is committed to the knowledge that innovative solutions, quality execution, business integrity, and results are the keys to forging strong and enduring business relationships. This philosophy guides the company's three main operating units: Clinical CONNEXION (CCX), a full-service healthcare communications company; Publication CONNEXION (PCX), a strategic publications planning company; and Excellence in Medical Education (XME), a continuing medical education company.


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