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Contagion® and MD Magazine® Expand Strategic Alliance Partnership with Jackson Health System

OCT 25, 2017
CRANBURY, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Contagion®, an all-inclusive resource for infectious disease information, and MD Magazine®, a leading online and print source of physician news, conference coverage, and peer-to-peer discussion, together announce that they have expanded their Strategic Alliance Partnership (SAP) program with Jackson Health System, announced Michael J. Hennessy Jr, president of Michael J. Hennessy Associates, parent company of Contagion® and MD Magazine®.

In making the announcement, Michael J. Hennessy Jr said, “We are proud to team up with Jackson Health System, who’s been known for their world-class care and has been recognized by the U.S. News and World Report for the past five years. We look forward to working with them.”

The collaboration with Jackson Health System will benefit Contagion® and MD Magazine® readers by providing them with unprecedented content, such as research developments, articles, and video interviews that can help physicians better serve their patients.

Jackson Health System, based in Miami-Dade County, is a nonprofit academic medical system that offers care to residents of Miami-Dade County, who walk in regardless of their ability to pay. With nearly 100 years of compassionate care, Jackson Health System has received numerous awards and recognitions. Most recently in 2017, Jackson’s pediatric hospital Holtz Children’s Hospital was named one of the Best Children’s Hospitals by U.S. News & World Report.

The SAP program is designed to share medical and scientific innovations in an open exchange of information among trusted peers. The expectation of the exchange is to help better serve the medical community. Topics covered will include best practices relative to practice-management strategies, treatment decisions and much more. For more information on the SAP program, please contact Colin Fishbein at 609.716.7777.

About Contagion®
Contagion® is a fully-integrated print and digital news publication that provides health care practitioners and aligned professionals with timely information and resources to improve patient outcomes and positively impact the identification, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of infectious disease. Contagion® is part of Michael J. Hennessy Associates, Inc., a full-service healthcare communications company offering education, research, and medical media. For more information, visit:

About MD Magazine®
MD Magazine® is a comprehensive clinical news and information portal that provides physicians and other health care professionals with up-to-date, specialty- and disease-specific resources designed to help them deliver better care to patients. Readers have access to breaking news, video interviews with physician experts, in-depth conference coverage, finance and practice management updates, insight and analysis from physician contributors, and other resources. MD Magazine® is part of Michael J. Hennessy Associates, Inc., a full-service health care communications company offering education, research, and medical media. For more information, visit:

About Jackson Health System
Over the course of nearly 100 years, Jackson Health System – a nonprofit academic medical system offering world-class care to any person who walks through its doors – has grown to become one of the nation’s largest public healthcare systems. As an integrated healthcare delivery system, it includes six hospitals, its centerpiece, Jackson Memorial Hospital, as well as Holtz Children’s Hospital, Jackson Rehabilitation Hospital, Jackson Behavioral Health Hospital, Jackson North Medical Center, and Jackson South Medical Center; multiple primary care and specialty care centers; two long-term care nursing facilities; and a network of urgent care centers.

Contagion® and MD Magazine® Media Contacts:
Theresa Burek, 609-716-7777 ext. 811
Surabhi Verma, 609-716-7777 ext. 851

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