Hospitals, Healthcare Providers to Benefit from New Premier Agreements for Integrated Platform (Chemistry and Immunochemistry Analyzers, Automation, Reagents, Consumables and Service)

Hospitals, Healthcare Providers to Benefit from New Premier Agreements for Integrated Platform (Chemistry and Immunochemistry Analyzers, Automation, Reagents, Consumables and Service)

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The today announced new agreements for integrated platform (chemistry and immunochemistry analyzers, automation, reagents, consumables and service) have been awarded to Beckman Coulter Inc. of Brea, Calif.; Roche Diagnostics Corporation of Indianapolis, Ind.; and Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Inc. of Deerfield, Ill.

Effective April 1, 2013, agreements with Roche Diagnostics Corporation and Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Inc. are available to acute care and continuum of care members of Premier. The agreement with Beckman Coulter Inc. is available to hospital market facilities.

Premier is the nation’s largest performance improvement alliance of more than 2,800 U.S. hospitals and 93,000 other sites using the power of collaboration and technology to lead the transformation to coordinated, high-quality, cost-effective care. Owned by healthcare providers, Premier operates a leading purchasing network with nearly $5 billion in annual savings. Premier also maintains clinical, financial and outcomes databases based on 1 in every 4 patient discharges. A world leader in measurably improving patient care, Premier has the largest performance improvement collaboratives in America, including one in partnership with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., Premier also has an office in Washington. . Stay connected with Premier on , and .

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