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Cardinal Health Reports Fiscal 2009 Results, Provides Fiscal 2010 Outlook
Date:8/18/2009

ofit contribution from revenue gains, solid generics performance and medical supply chain growth being offset by pharmaceutical contract repricings, the impact from anti-diversion activities and bad-debt expense.

The company is in the midst of driving several important initiatives designed to optimize customer mix and improve margins. These include actions to enhance the overall experience across all customer categories, improve its generic pharmaceutical and medical product sourcing programs and enhance internal processes related to pricing. This is complemented by lean operating model initiatives, including a disciplined focus on inventory levels across all lines of business. Importantly, the medical and surgical supply chain businesses have initiated a transformation program, which is designed to implement new systems and processes to improve customer ordering and service.

"The Healthcare Supply Chain Services segment had a strong finish to a solid year," said George Barrett, incoming chairman and chief executive officer of Cardinal Health. "While we are pleased with the improvement in the supply chain segment, our work continues as we take the necessary strategic actions to drive long-term growth."

    Healthcare Supply
     Chain Services     Q4 FY09       Q4 FY08     Y/Y         FY09      Y/Y

    Revenue         $24.3 billion $21.8 billion    11%  $95.7 billion    10%
    Segment Profit   $341 million  $316 million     8%   $1.3 billion     0%

Fiscal 2010 Outlook for 'New' Cardinal Health

Excluding the businesses that will be spun off as CareFusion, Cardinal Health's adjusted fiscal 2009 revenue was $96 billion and adjusted diluted EPS from continuing operations for the full year was $2.12 or $2.26 on a non-GAAP basis(6).

"As we look forward to fiscal 2010 for 'new' Cardinal Health, we expect low single-digit revenue
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