DAYTON, Ohio - Standard Register, a premier provider of document management and workflow solutions for healthcare, signed a five-year agreement with MedAssets Supply Chain Systems, the Atlanta-based group purchasing and supply chain management services segment of MedAssets..
The agreement, which extends through December 31, 2013, continues Standard Register's legacy of service which began 34 years ago. It offers savings on a wide range of document and print management products, services and technology to support MedAssets' customers in managing both their business and clinical workflows.
Through the agreement, providers have access to solutions for improving patient identification and prescription security, enhancing revenue cycle management, and increasing the effectiveness of marketing communications and training.
Standard Register also offers print supply chain consulting and professional services that address the total acquisition costs of documents throughout the enterprise while driving standardization and process improvement. Standard Register's powerful SMARTworks(R) technology platform gives hospitals the means to procure, distribute, manage and track document spending and usage.
This document and print management agreement augments the year old contract with MedAssets Supply Chain Systems, allowing Standard Register to provide MedAssets' customers with assistance in streamlining their document workflow and transitioning to electronic medical records (EMR).
"We are proud of our long-standing relationship with MedAssets and remain committed to helping their customers reduce healthcare costs and enhance patient care through innovative solutions and unparalleled service," said Brad Cates, vice president and general manager of Standard Register's Healthcare Business Unit.
Standard Register has been recognized by MedAssets as one of its top suppliers in each of the last four years at its annual MedAssets Healthcare Business Summit.
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