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MedAssets Supply Chain Systems Selects Siemens Medical Solutions Diagnostics for Chemistry, Automation and Immunoassay Solutions
Date:10/4/2007

Two Contracts Awarded for Chemistry and Automation as well as Immunoassay

and Infectious Disease Solutions

TARRYTOWN, N.Y., Oct. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Siemens Medical Solutions Diagnostics, (http://www.siemens.com/diagnostics), announced today that it has been selected by MedAssets Supply Chain Systems, (http://www.medassets.com), a Group Purchasing Organization (GPO) and supply chain management company, to provide Chemistry, Automation, and Immunoassay solutions for its facilities.

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"This award will provide an opportunity for Siemens to fulfill its goal of supporting both the customer and patient toward personalized patient care, through integrated chemistry, immunoassay and automation tools," said John Nosenzo, senior vice president and general manager, Americas Region, Siemens Medical Solutions Diagnostics.

Participating laboratories will be offered Siemens' full line of ADVIA(R) Chemistry Systems including the ADVIA 2400, 1800, and 1200 as well as immunochemistry systems such as the ADVIA Centaur(R) XP and CP. In addition, members will be offered automation solutions such as the ADVIA LabCell(R) and ADVIA WorkCell(R), which provide state-of-the-art platforms of automation, pre-analytical and post-analytical components that route samples for optimal efficiency. Plans to include the IMMULITE(R) family of immunoassay systems are underway to provide added value to the membership.

"MedAssets Supply Chain Systems has a great deal of experience providing cost-effective solutions that are critical to laboratory success," said Mary Ellen Kimmeth, vice president, Laboratory Division and Capital Equipment Services, MedAssets Supply Chain Systems. "We look fo
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