New Chamberlain Firm Targets Smaller Health Companies
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New Chamberlain Firm Targets Smaller Health Companies

Chamberlain Communications Group has launched a new firm, SharedVoice Public Relations, which will meet the needs of midsize and small healthcare companies.

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 NEW YORK—Chamberlain Communications Group, a subsidiary of healthcare communications holding company inventive Health, has launched a new firm, SharedVoice Public Relations, which will meet the needs of midsize and small healthcare companies and company divisions in need of integrated communications services.

SVPR is a part “brick and mortar” and part virtual network of veteran healthcare PR professionals, based in New Jersey and New York. It is being run by a seven-year veteran of Chamberlain, Reba Auslander, who remains a part of the executive team of Chamberlain Communications Group but is now focused on running SVPR. Michelle Strier, a former Chamberlain employee now based in Arizona, has been hired full-time as SVPR’s senior vice president.

According to Jonathan Wilson, president of Chamberlain Communications Group, “While Chamberlain Healthcare PR continues to focus on global, science-based brand communications and issues management for big pharma, SVPR offers a more flexible structure for senior healthcare PR professionals to work with clients who may require a smaller scope of work but broader range of services.”

SVPR’s current clients are integrated with other inVentiv Health companies, such as advertising agencies Ignite Health and GSW Worldwide.

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