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ACEMAPP to refresh branding upon 10 year anniversary    


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ACEMAPP to refresh branding upon 10 year anniversary       

PRESS CONTACT: Ana Hornburg at 517-908-8229 or ana.hornburg@mhc.org    

For Immediate Release    

October 12, 2018      

Lansing, Mich. — ACEMAPP today announced plans to refresh its branding on November 1, 2018.  The change will occur as ACEMAPP celebrates 10 years of simplifying the clinical education process. Over the past decade, ACEMAPP has evolved from a simple clinical rotation scheduling software to comprehensive platform that streamlines the entire clinical education experience.

 “Although a lot has changed since our launch 10 years ago, our dedication to improving health care capacity by streamlining clinical education remains the same,” said Stacy Gradowski, Director of ACEMAPP. “As we continue to grow and evolve to meet needs of students and professionals nationwide, we’re looking forward to our logo reflecting ACEMAPP’s simplicity, versatility, and expanding service lines.”

ACEMAPP was developed in November of 2008 by the Michigan Health Council (MHC) in response to scarce clinical rotation resources. Over several months, MHC led a group of school and clinical site partners to create a common clinical rotation matching and scheduling process, standardize student on-boarding requirements, and develop a shared decision-making framework.

“The change in logo is the first of several new and exciting changes planned over the next year,” said Gradowski. “We are looking forward to expanding what people think is possible within a single clinical education platform.”

Along with the new logo, ACEMAPP members will notice some minor changes in the system that reflect the new brand color palette and typography. However, usability will not be impacted and there will be no downtime involved with the transition.

ACEMAPP is a product of the Michigan Health Council, a Michigan-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a culture of health with health professionals at the heart of the delivery system. Their mission is to build health professional capacity by offering innovative products and services across six focus areas. Learn more about the Michigan Health Council at mhc.org.   

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