NeurologyLive expands SAP program by partnering with Cleveland Clinic
Category: #health  By Saif Ali Bepari  Date: 2019-06-07
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NeurologyLive expands SAP program by partnering with Cleveland Clinic

NeurologyLive has reportedly added the Cleveland Clinic to its Strategic Alliance Partnership (SAP) program. Michael J. Hennessy Jr., President of NeurologyLive’s parent company MJH Associates Inc., said in a statement that the Cleveland Clinic is one of the leading hospitals in the country, which is a forerunner in medicine with numerous breakthroughs to its name. The company is thrilled over the partnership with Cleveland Clinic and anticipates working together to enhance the quality of healthcare, value, and patient care, Hennessy Jr. added.

For the uninitiated, Cleveland Clinic is a not-for-profit multispecialty academic health center that merges clinical and hospital care with education and research. The medical center was founded by Dr. George W. Crile in 1921 and is one of the most renowned and biggest hospitals in the country.

Presently, the center employees 66,000 professionals worldwide and over 4,200 paid physicians and researchers across 140 medical specialties and subspecialties, making Cleveland Clinic an integrated health care delivery system associated with health information technology, critical care transport, and care protocols.

The Strategic Alliance Partnership program enables an open exchange of information amongst trusted peers, with an objective to enhance patient care. Under this partnership, Cleveland Clinic would share creditable content through NeurologyLive, where readers can access unprecedented content comprising clinical research, articles, and interviews, cited sources familiar with the program.

For the record, NeurologyLive is a multimedia platform for health care professionals treating neurological diseases. The platform allows direct access to practice-changing news and expert insights straight from topmost medical conferences and researchers in order to enhance the lives of people with neurological diseases such as Alzheimer disease, dementia, epilepsy, migraine, multiple sclerosis, movement disorders, neuromuscular diseases, stroke, and sleep medicine. Moreover, the platform also connects readers with the latest clinical trial results, practice-changing research, FDA approvals, and expert insights, reported sources.

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