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Online physician communities in the UK and France sealed a “strategic alliance” that will allow them to cross- sell and co-market each other's products and services, said Doctors.net.co.uk and Global Media Sante, owner of Egora. “Establishing this commercial relationship represents a significant milestone in our plan to build a network of online physician communities across key European markets and beyond,” said Doctors.net.co.uk chief executive Richard Adams.

The Healthcare Information and Management System Society acquired MedTech Media, LLC, publisher of Healthcare IT News and Healthcare Fianance News.

Elsevier named professor DeLiang Wang of Ohio State co-editor in chief of Neural Networks. Wang succeeds founding editor Stephen Grossberg.

Haymarket Medical named Cy Caine to the newly created role of VP, digital product management, with responsibility for overseeing the company's digital media business and building an infrastructure to support future medical online initiatives. Caine was part of the executive team that led the PDR business during its sale by Thomson Reuters to Lee Equity Partners.
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