Press Release: John Avellani – Healthcare – Stanford Who’s Who Certified
John Avellani Earns Membership With Stanford Who’s Who MILFORD, CT, October 5, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who / — A seasoned programmer and analyst in the healthcare industry with extensive professional experience in the field, John Avellani  has routinely demonstrated the passion, vision, dedication and diligence necessary to be mentioned among the elite. As a result of his outstanding body of work, Mr. Avellani has earned recognition in the distinguished ranks of leading professionals with Stanford Who’s Who. Drawing upon his wealth of knowledge in data processing and statistical analysis, John serves as a Senior SAS Programmer and Analyst with CV-Sight, which is an organization dedicated to improving the quality of care for cardiovascular disease by increasing the adherence to evidence based guidelines from the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association. The organization offers assistance to plans and practitioners in providing the highest quality of cardiovascular care and eliminating unnecessary procedures, therefore reducing the costs associated with the treatment of patients with coronary disease. An extraordinary programmer, analyst, and communicator, John excels in his role with CV-Sight. Although he has obtained the vast majority of his expertise through his three plus decades of diverse professional experience, he also earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Southern Connecticut State University. Evidencing his remarkable reputation in the professional community, Mr. Avellani is a member of Business Network International. To visit the CV-Sight website click here  To view more information on John Avellani click here  Browse the Stanford Who’s Who Social Media Branding Website 
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