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GHX Launches the Health ConneXion(TM) GDSN-Certified Data Pool to Accelerate Use of GS1 Standards in Healthcare
Date:5/28/2009

GHX data pool is publishing supplier data to the Global Data Synchronization Network (GDSN) and making it available to providers and other data subscribers; market adoption of the healthcare-focused data pool is increasing

LOUISVILLE, Colo., May 28 /PRNewswire/ -- GHX, LLC has launched the GHX Health ConneXion(TM) data pool, a healthcare-focused data pool certified by GS1's Global Data Synchronization Network (GDSN). In addition to equity member participation, DeKroyft-Metz & Co., a distributor; and University Hospital in Augusta, Ga., are already utilizing the Health ConneXion data pool to publish and subscribe to certified, industry-standard data in the GDSN. Additional trading partners, including The University of Kentucky HealthCare (UK) and Aurora Health Care (Wisconsin), have also signed agreements to use the GHX data pool to participate in the GDSN for their data synchronization needs. Suppliers and providers participating in the Health ConneXion data pool will share their experiences during a panel discussion at the GHX Supply Chain Summit in Nashville, June 1-3, 2009. For more information, visit:

http://www.ghx.com/summit/2009/summitstandards.html.

Healthcare organizations can leverage their existing connection to GHX to more readily participate in the GDSN without significant implementation costs. GHX currently connects the majority of hospitals in the U.S., as well as hospitals in Canada and nine European countries, to the suppliers from whom they purchase a large percentage of their products. Healthcare suppliers and providers not integrated to GHX have the option to participate in the Health ConneXion data pool as a standalone service.

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