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Advanced Health Media, Inc. Announces New SVP Product Delivery

NEW PROVIDENCE, N.J., Sept. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Advanced Health Media (AHM), the leading supplier of speaker program and commercial compliance management solutions for the pharmaceutical industry, has named Paul O'Toole as its new Senior Vice President of Product Delivery, effective immediately. Paul brings over 20 years of experience building and managing healthcare technology service organizations, including software and product development, implementation, professional services, and customer support.

"Paul will lead AHM's Product Delivery organization in Chesapeake, VA, and serve as a member of the AHM executive team," said James Burgess, AHM Chief Executive Officer. "He has an excellent background for leading AHM's technology enabled product and service offerings business. I have worked with Paul in the past and have complete confidence in his ability to help our organization reach the next level of product and service delivery."

Most recently, Paul was Senior Vice President of Operations at Healthland, a leading developer of rural hospital management software. Paul has also served as Vice President and Divisional General Manager of Mediware Information Systems Inc. and before that Global Services & Support Director of the Health Information Systems division of 3M. Prior to 3M, Paul held various management and executive positions at both VHA and IBM Corporation.

"I'm excited to join the AHM team. This organization is investing in more customer centric products and services using the most current technology platforms and I will be part of driving continued advancements in the business," adds Paul.

Paul received his Bachelor of Science Engineering degree at Northeastern University. He is also a certified Six Sigma Black Belt.

About AHM

Advanced Health Media, located in New Providence, NJ, provides technology enabled services specifically designed to drive compliance for the highly regulated pharmaceutical and life sciences industries. AHM's proprietary systems are used by many of the top pharmaceutical companies in the U.S. and by tens of thousands of pharmaceutical sales representatives and managers. AHM is a Microsoft Certified Partner company. For more information, please visit

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