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Physicians Interactive Chairman and CEO Donato Tramuto to Receive Inaugural "PharmaVOICE Magazine" Red Jacket Award
Date:8/4/2014

e teams on both my business and philanthropic endeavors, and this is a reflection of their commitment to improving the well-being of people across the globe through life sciences, healthcare and technology. Through our efforts both in the life sciences industry and through technology innovations in healthcare, together we are able to make a difference around the world, one person at a time."

At Physicians Interactive, Tramuto has worked tirelessly to use digital communications to improve connections and build trust between physicians and life sciences companies in order to improve healthcare processes and positively impact patient outcomes. Earlier in his career, he also led the way in developing many key healthcare programs, including the first HIV/AIDS Arthur Ashe workplace education program in 1991, followed by the launch of a national HIV Provider Network focused on comprehensive disease management. 

In 2001, Donato founded The Tramuto Foundation following the September 11 terrorist attacks in honor of two close friends and their 3-year-old son who were on United Flight 175, the second plane to hit the World Trade Center. The Tramuto Foundation provides educational grants to youths with unique challenges to help overcome adversity and build the confidence necessary to achieve personal excellence.

Over the last 13 years, The Tramuto Foundation provided financial assistance to several individuals, families and programs in need. It provided funding to rebuild the home of a Hurricane Katrina family with a special needs child; a full sponsorship grant to teach English to an entire Cambodian village; the support of an Emergency Healthcare Services program with an AIDS/HIV center; the installation of advanced technology at a Maine playhouse to allow the hearing impaired to enjoy the performances; and the funding of high school education of four young adults in need thro
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