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INTEGRIS Health Awards Relizon $4.5 Million Dollar Contract For Document Management Solutions

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

DAYTON, Ohio, August 16, 2005 - The Relizon Company, a leading North American supplier of business process solutions for document management, billing and relationship marketing, today announced that it was awarded a five-year $4.5 million dollar contract by INTEGRIS Health, Oklahoma's largest not-for-profit health care organization. Under the terms of the agreement, Relizon will manage many of the hospital's clinical and non-clinical document processes, ranging from critical-care flow-sheets and pharmacy labels to employee business cards and stationeries. INTEGRIS Health is a member of Novation, a leading hospital group purchasing organization that Relizon serves under a master agreement. Today, Relizon is an approved supplier to three of the top five health care group purchasing organizations in the U.S., representing more than 8,000 acute and sub-acute care facilities. "At INTEGRIS we are committed to bringing higher standards to patient care so that people can get back to their families and leading productive lives," said David Strong, director Logistics Services for INTEGRIS. "We're confident that Relizon can help us by bringing best practice knowledge and innovative solutions to our document processes." "We are excited that INTEGRIS has chosen Relizon to manage its document processes," said Timothy Schriner, president of Relizon's U.S. Business Communications Group. "We're confident that Relizon can help support INTEGRIS' mission of implementing a higher standard of patient care by combining best practice knowledge and innovative solutions with outstanding customer service."

 

 

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