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Premier Selects Eclipsys Sunrise

April 29, 2008
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Atlanta-based Eclipsys Corporation has signed an agreement to become a contracted supplier of its Sunrise Enterprise clinical and financial solutions for Premier Purchasing Partners LP.

The agreement, says the company, gives Eclipsys greater access to the more than 1,700 acute care hospital members of the Premier alliance. Eclipsys will continue to sell the company’s solutions directly to Premier participating members with marketing and sales support from Premier.

Based in San Diego, Premier is one of the nation’s largest healthcare group purchasing organizations with $31 billion in annual purchasing volume.



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