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Standard Register Earns Top Supplier Award

Published: Tuesday, May 22, 2007 - 21:00

(Standard Register: Dayton, Ohio) -- For the third consecutive year, Standard Register was named a 2006 Platinum Supplier by MedAssets Supply Chain Systems, a St. Louis-based group purchasing and supply chain services company. The award was recently presented at the 2007 MedAssets Healthcare Business Summit in Las Vegas. The Platinum award recognizes outstanding suppliers and is based on improving customer savings and customer satisfaction, filing reports and submitting fee schedules in a timely manner, and continuous growth in purchase volume.

“MedAssets Supply Chain Systems values the relationship we have with our suppliers,” states Nadia LaFlam, director, administrative services, MedAssets Supply Chain Systems. “Together, we can lower the supply costs of our customers and directly and positively impact their bottom line. Standard Register provides exceptional value to our customers nationwide, and they deserve to be recognized for their contributions to the health care industry.”

MedAssets Supply Chain Systems serves more than 1,500 hospitals and 25,000 nonacute care health care providers. Standard Register has been in business for more than 33 years. Its revenues with MedAssets Supply Chain Systems have grown by 45 percent over the last three years.

“Standard Register is proud to accept MedAssets’ highest supplier award,” says Dave Freshwater, director of group purchasing operations. “We share their passion for helping health care providers operate more efficiently and effectively, and we’re committed to working with their clients to help them achieve their business goals.”

For more information, visit http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=95849&p=irol-newsArticle&ID=993635&highlight=.

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