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New President and Chief Executive Officer Named at Access Communications, LLC
Date:6/15/2010

in a product's life cycle," emphasized Gagliano. "Our client relationships are based on strategic partnerships that go beyond merely selling a service. It is this consulting model that differentiates Access and will result in continued agency growth."

About Access Communications, LLC

Access Communications, LLC, (Access) is a premier strategic health care communications agency network comprised of 5 distinct organizations—Access Communications, Fusion Medical Communications, MedAccess, StrataMed, and Catalyst. We employ more than 115 health care marketing specialists and a senior leadership team that brings more than 200 collective years of experience in managed markets, medical education, and brand promotional consulting. With our emphasis in managed markets, building partnerships and driving results for our client partners with key payer and purchaser decision-makers are areas that set Access apart from other managed markets agencies. We are committed to bringing our clients results that matter, whether they are measured by improved access, increased market share, or enhanced business relationships with target payer and purchaser stakeholders.

Access is headquartered in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, with offices in New York City, Chicago, and San Diego. To learn more about our agency network, please contact David Gagliano at (908) 508-6700, or visit our Web site at www.acinj.com.


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