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Standard Register Signs Multi-Year Agreement to Serve MedAssets Supply Chain Systems Customers

Thursday, April 13, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

DAYTON, Ohio, April 12 -- Standard Register announced that it has renewed and expanded its agreement with MedAssets Supply Chain Systems to provide document management services. The multi-year contract, valued at $110 million, will provide MedAssets customers with document management and related services including print on demand and copying services, e-procurement solutions, patient identification systems, consulting and design services. "MedAssets Supply Chain Systems has been very pleased with our ongoing relationship with Standard Register," stated Nadia LaFlam, director, Administrative Services, MedAssets Supply Chain Systems. "The company's wide range of document management services meets an important need for our healthcare customers, and our continuation of this agreement indicates a commitment to providing access to high quality products and services at a discounted rate." Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, MedAssets has 22,000 members nationwide, including physician offices, clinics, surgery centers, pharmacy providers and more than 2,000 hospitals. This past year, Standard Register was named a MedAssets "platinum-level" supplier for its previous year's performance and criteria that includes superior customer service, reporting excellence and outstanding corporate stewardship. "MedAssets is a true business partner who works closely with Standard Register to identify strategies and solutions that will benefit its members," said Dave Freshwater, manager of Group Purchasing Operations for Standard Register. "We are committed to being a provider in helping MedAssets and its customers achieve the efficiency, accuracy, security, cost savings and superior patient care they strive for, while leveraging the technology they need to make the transition from paper to digital."




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