2013 MedAssets Healthcare Business Summit Offers Pragmatic Strategies for Health Reform

Comprehensive education program features nationally renowned keynotes, 70 presentations to foster education and best practices to improve quality of care while reducing costs and protecting margins

2013 MedAssets Healthcare Business Summit Offers Pragmatic Strategies for Health Reform

MedAssetsMedia Contact:Robin Wrinn, 678-624-7420orInvestor Contact:Robert Borchert, 678-248-8194

today announced the kickoff of its main education event forthe , held from April 2-4, 2013, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.Featuring more than 70 presentations by nationally recognized speakers and healthcare industry leaders, the offer insightful information and discussions on how to navigate successfully both current and future healthcare industry challenges.

Keynote speakers for the 2013 MedAssets Healthcare Business Summit include:

“Each year thousands of healthcare professionals and leaders from across the care continuum—ranging from physician practices to community and academic hospitals to integrated delivery networks—attend the Summit to learn the latest best practices for financial, operational and clinical performance improvement,” said John Bardis, chairman, president and chief executive officer, MedAssets. “In this time of unprecedented industry transition, we are pleased to empower our clients with political and industry insight, as well as practical and actionable strategies for positive change.”

The Healthcare Business Summit education program encompasses topics such as: ICD-10, accountable care, population health, bundled payments, Lean healthcare transformation, clinical and business intelligence strategies, and more. The event also features a two-day with more than 540 suppliers to provide healthcare leaders with the opportunity to identify cost savings opportunities, as well as to optimize benefits from MedAssets technology solutions.

MedAssets (NASDAQ: MDAS) partners with healthcare providers to improve their financial strength by implementing revenue cycle, spend and clinical resource management solutions that help capture revenue, control cost, improve margins and cash flow, increase regulatory compliance, and optimize operational efficiency. MedAssets serves more than 4,200 hospitals and 122,000 non-acute healthcare providers. The company currently manages $50 billion in supply spend and touches over $365 billion in gross patient revenue annually through its revenue cycle solutions. For more information, visit

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