Truven Health Analytics to Host Conference Call Discussing Q1 2013 Results

Truven Health Analytics to Host Conference Call Discussing Q1 2013 Results

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Truven Health Analytics Inc., a leading provider of healthcare data and analytics solutions and services to a broad range of constituents in the healthcare industry, today announced financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 2013.

Truven Health Analytics, formerly the Healthcare business of Thomson Reuters, became a separate company on June 6, 2012.

Truven Health Analytics’ management will host a conference call beginning at 1:00 P.M. Eastern Time on May 22, 2013 to discuss the company's quarterly results. Bondholders and prospective bondholders wishing to listen to the call should contact the company to obtain details of the call.

Truven Health Analytics, formerly the Healthcare business of Thomson Reuters, delivers unbiased information, analytic tools, benchmarks, and services to the healthcare industry. Hospitals, government agencies, employers, health plans, clinicians, and pharmaceutical companies have relied on its solutions for more than 30 years. Truven Health Analytics combines deep clinical, financial, and healthcare management expertise with innovative technology platforms and information assets to make healthcare better, collaborating with customers to uncover and realize opportunities for improving quality, efficiency, and outcomes. Truven Health Analytics owns some of the most trusted, proven brands in healthcare such as Micromedex, Action OI and Advantage Suite. Truven Health Analytics employs approximately 2000 people worldwide and has its principal offices in Ann Arbor, Mich.; Chicago; and Denver. For more information, please visit .

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