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Press Ganey Takes on New Investment Partner
Date:1/30/2008

nvestment Vestar intends to remain at the center of opportunities in this critical area," Holstein concluded.

The transaction, which is subject to customary closing conditions, is expected to close during the first quarter of 2008. Terms were not disclosed.

Press Ganey Associates, Inc.

For more than twenty years, Press Ganey has been committed to providing insight that allows health care organizations to improve the quality of care they provide. The company offers the largest comparative customer feedback databases, actionable data, solution resources, and unparalleled customer service. Press Ganey currently partners with more than 7,000 health care facilities -- including over 40% of U.S. hospitals -- to measure and improve the quality of their care. http://www.pressganey.com

Matt Mulherin

mmulherin@pressganey.com

574-234-8493

Vestar Capital Partners

Vestar Capital Partners is a leading international private equity firm. The firm's investment strategy is targeted towards companies in the U.S., Europe and Asia with valuations in the $100 million to $5 billion range. Since the firm's founding in 1988, the Vestar funds have completed over 60 investments in companies with a total value of over $20 billion. These companies have varied in size and geography and span a broad range of industries. The firm's strategy is to invest behind incumbent management teams, family owners, or corporations in a creative, flexible and entrepreneurial way with the overriding goal to build long-term franchise value. Vestar currently manages funds with committed capital totaling approximately $7 billion and has offices or affiliates operating in New York, Denver, Boston, Tokyo, Paris, Milan, and Munich. http://www.vestarcapital.com

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