Company news: KnowledgePoint360 Group and Publicis Healthware

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KnowledgePoint360 Group split its largest medical communications agency, Acumed, into two divisions, the company said, spawning conflict shop CircleScience. In the last five years, Acumed revenue has grown more than 50%, but its large breadth of work “brought certain limitations,” a statement noted. Through the new structure, the agency said it will be able to offer services like content development and publication support to additional clients without creating conflict of interest.

Publicis Healthware International partnered with dotSUB on Videum.com, a new health video portal. The site, previewed today during the Health 2.0 Conference in San Francisco, houses health and wellness content accessible to worldwide users in any language, the companies said. Offerings will include the ability for multiple channels, 24/7 monitoring, maintenance and verified translations.

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