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Anodyne Health, Seven Other Companies Join in Significant Expansion of MedAxiom Corporate Partner Program
Date:9/27/2010

diology Practice growth strategies in private practices throughout America, providing strategic and consulting services to cardiology groups nationwide, and partnering with some of the leading thought leaders and service providers in the industry.
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  • "Our corporate partners represent the best of today's industry; all are dedicated to helping cardiologists deliver quality healthcare," said Jim Gann, MedAxiom's vice president of marketing.  "Bringing them together helps us ensure that the cardiologists and practices who subscribe to MedAxiom have access to the tools that are more important than ever in today's rapidly changing healthcare environment."  Gann noted that the eight companies newly enrolled in the Corporate Partner program will take part as exhibitors at MedAxiom's Fall Conference, to be held next month in Scottsdale.  Cardiologists and practice administrators from more than one hundred practices throughout the United States are expected at the conference, which will cover topics such as practice integration, payment reform, quality reporting and more.

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    MedAxiom is a comprehensive subscription-based service provider, information and networking resource exclusively for cardiology practices encompassing academic cardiology organizations, hospital-owned cardiology practices as well as physician-owned cardiology groups. Based in Neptune Beach, Florida, MedAxiom supports over 300 cardiology practices across the United States, representing more than 5,400 cardiologists.  More information is available at <
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