Fort Washington, PA (PRWEB) April 24, 2013
Prova Education, a division of The Omnia-Prova Education Collaborative (TOPEC), announced that Christine Finnegan has joined the organization as Clinical Education Director, expanding the clinical education and business development team and leveraging her expertise across a wide spectrum of diseases.
“We are pleased to continue the expansion of Prova Education with the addition of Christine and recognize her ability to build strong relationships with stakeholders across the healthcare industry,” said Frank Russomano, President and CEO of US HealthConnect, parent organization to TOPEC. “Her proven record of identifying healthcare provider needs and gaps, and designing education to close those gaps, make her an ideal addition to the team.”
“Prova Education has shown itself to have an excellent reputation with learners and supporters alike, and I truly look forward to expanding our educational reach and demonstrating the impact of our education on patient outcomes,” said Finnegan. “I am equally excited to focus on meaningful collaborations and partnerships that can dramatically demonstrate the effective CME offered by Prova Education.”
Ms. Finnegan brings her vast experience to Prova Education gained through positions across the industry, including senior-level positions in multiple medical education enterprises, the American Heart Association, healthcare publishers, and others. Her deep understanding of the CME regulatory environment has contributed to her tremendous successes in business expansion for many enterprises.
About Prova Education
Prova Education produces innovative medical education programs founded on evidence-based medicine, educational needs assessments and gap analyses. Prova Education’s mission is to serve as an innovative and relevant resource for clinical content and educational interventions across a broad spectrum of specialties. To learn more, please visit http://www.provaeducation.com.