Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC) Joins MD Magazine Strategic Alliance Partnership to Bolster Unique Multiple Sclerosis Content
MAY 10, 2016
PLAINSBORO, N.J. (May 11 2016) – MD Magazine®, the leading online and print source of physician news, conference coverage and peer-to-peer discussion, has boosted its Strategic Alliance Partners (SAP) program by teaming up with the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC), the leading educational, training and networking organization for multiple sclerosis health care professionals and researchers.
With a vision of being the preeminent organization of multiple sclerosis health care providers improving the lives of those affected by multiple sclerosis, the CMSC’s mission is to stimulate and facilitate multiple sclerosis research; develop and implement mechanisms to influence health care delivery; and share information and knowledge among CMSC members and the health care community for the benefit of those affected by multiple sclerosis. These focus areas will be the basis of unique and enriching content, including articles, video interviews, research information, content from its annual meeting, and more, within MD Magazine and on its SAP partner website page.
“As MD Magazine builds its strategic alliance partners program, organizations such as the CMSC are vital to ensuring innovative content focused on the plethora of topics and issues related to better patient care for physicians,” said Mike Hennessy Jr., president of Michael J. Hennessy Associates Inc., which publishes MD Magazine. “CMSC’s dedicated focus on multiple sclerosis will result in news and insight from the forefront of multiple sclerosis care.”
CMSC CEO June Halper added, “One of our objectives is to reach and educate the multi-disciplinary team of health care professionals, involved in multiple sclerosis, on the stimulating research and advances occurring in the field. This collaboration provides outstanding print and digital forums enabling us to communicate what’s happening with CMSC and multiple sclerosis in general.”
MD Magazine created the SAP program to share scientific and medical innovations in an open exchange of information among trusted peers. With a goal of better patient care for physicians, the program focuses on topics ranging from treatment decisions to best practices relative to practice management strategies to much more.
About MD Magazine
MD Magazine is a comprehensive clinical news and information portal that provides physicians and other health care professionals with up-to-date specialty- and disease-specific resources designed to help them provide better care to patients. Readers have access to breaking news, video interviews with physician experts, in-depth conference coverage, finance and practice management updates, insight and analysis from physician contributors and other multimedia resources. MD Magazine is part of Michael J. Hennessy Associates Inc., a full-service health care communications company offering education, research and medial media.
About Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC)
CMSC, the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, is the leading educational, training, and networking organization for MS health care professionals and researchers. The CMSC mission is to promote high quality MS care through educational programming and accreditation including live and online events, research grants, technical journals and papers, and targeted advocacy efforts. The CMSC member network includes more than 11,000 international health care clinicians and scientists committed to MS care, as well as more than 60 Veterans Administration MS Programs and 225 MS Centers in the US, Canada, and Europe. The 30th CMSC Annual Meeting, the largest gathering of MS professionals in North America, will take place June 1-4, 2016, in National Harbor, Maryland, just outside of Washington, DC. For more information go to www.mscare.org. Follow CMSC on Twitter: @mscare.org and Facebook: CMSCmscare.
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Michael J. LaCosta
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