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AdvaMed’s Jeff Ezell

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Media relations director is promoted to associate VP-diagnostics, effective Dec. 1, coordinating activities of AdvaMed's IVD sector, comprised of more than 50 member companies. Ezell, who joined the trade group in 2000 after a stint at Edelman PR, will work closely with AdvaMed staffers Carolyn Jones and Stephanie Mensh, attempting to help diagnostic firms realize a five-year objective to increase "brand awareness" for the industry as a whole, with an eye toward obtaining more favorable reimbursement...

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