CRANBURY, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--HCPLive® and The American Journal of Managed Care® (AJMC®) are excited to announce the addition of The American Society for Preventive Cardiology (ASPC) to their Strategic Alliance Partnership (SAP) programs.
“We’re very honored to be able to join forces with ASPC to help promote the prevention of cardiovascular disease,” said Mike Hennessy Jr., president and CEO of MJH Life Sciences™, the parent company of HCPLive® and AJMC®. “As our partnership grows, we look forward to using our platforms and resources to support their mission and continuing to be a leading organization in preventive cardiology.”
ASPC was founded in 1985 as a forum to disseminate the National Institutes of Health Preventive Cardiology Academic Awards. In recent years, ASPC’s focus has shifted from acting as an insular organization of academic experts to one with a focused vision of the interdisciplinary value it can bring to the broader health care and scientific community. ASPC currently represents the increasingly multidisciplinary group of health care providers — physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, dieticians and other health care specialists — along with researchers and industry representatives who share an interest in and passion for preventive cardiology.
“The American Society for Preventive Cardiology is thrilled to partner with HCPLive® and AJMC® SAP programs,” said Dr. Peter Toth, president of ASPC. “This partnership will allow ASPC to broaden our reach and further our mission of promoting the prevention of cardiovascular disease, advocating for the preservation of cardiovascular health and disseminating high-quality, evidence-based information through the education of health care to clinicians and their patients.”
The HCPLive® and AJMC® SAP programs are a community of advocacy groups, medical associations and medical institutions that foster collaboration and an open exchange of information among trusted peers for the benefit of patients and their families. As part of this joint effort, HCPLive® and AJMC® will work with ASPC to share exclusive information and highlight the impact of preventive cardiology.
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About The American Journal of Managed Care®
The American Journal of Managed Care® (AJMC®) is a multimedia, peer-reviewed, MEDLINE-indexed journal that keeps industry leaders on the forefront of health policy by sharing digital research relevant to industry decision makers. Other brands in the AJMC® family include The American Journal of Accountable Care®, Evidence-Based Oncology™ and Evidence-Based Diabetes Management™. These comprehensive multimedia brands bring together stakeholder views from payers, providers, policymakers and other industry leaders in managed care. AJMC® is a brand of MJH Life Sciences™, the largest privately held, independent, full-service medical media company in North America, dedicated to delivering trusted health care news across multiple channels.
About The American Society for Preventive Cardiology
The American Society for Preventive Cardiology (ASPC), founded in 1985, represents a multidisciplinary group of health care practitioners and researchers who share an interest in and passion for preventive cardiology. A vision of the society is to interface with all other organizations involved with cardiovascular disease treatments and prevention. For more information visit https://www.aspconline.org/.