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Health Connect Partners Welcomes Cardinal Health as Three-Year Title Sponsor
Date:2/17/2010

LEBANON, Tenn., Feb. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Health Connect Partners, Inc. (www.hlthcp.com) welcomes Cardinal Health as a three-year title sponsor for its Spring and Fall Hospital Pharmacy Conferences.

"We have partnered with Health Connect since 2008 because its conferences provide directors of pharmacy access to an impressive array of high-quality educational sessions and an excellent, time efficient way to learn more about the various ways Cardinal Health and other leading healthcare companies can help them improve safety, workflow and cost containment," said Doug Roberts, national vice president, Acute Care Pharmaceutical Sales for Cardinal Health, which provides comprehensive pharmaceutical supply chain services to thousands of hospitals, nationwide.

The Spring Hospital Pharmacy Conference is expecting up to 200 directors of pharmacy from some of the largest hospitals and health systems in the country. In addition to educational sessions led by healthcare industry experts, the Hospital Pharmacy Conference will offer a unique Reverse EXPO format. The presenters, moderators and panelists for the educational sessions are all members of Health Connect Partners' exclusive Educational Advisory Board or specifically requested experts in a particular field.

"Cardinal Health is a leader in the healthcare industry and their commitment to sponsoring our conferences is a testament to our success over the past few years," said Jason Green, president of Hospital Pharmacy Conferences for Health Connect Partners. "Our list of sponsors continues to increase and we have already sold out all s
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