Purchasing power survey open

July 2011
Modern Healthcare;7/25/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 30, p27
Trade Publication
The article discusses the periodical's fourth annual Healthcare Purchasing Power Survey in the U.S. The National Business Coalition on Health and the Leapfrog Group are the co-sponsors of the survey. The survey will measure and will rank major U.S. companies' healthcare purchasing power. The survey includes non-governmental firms and organizations in the U.S. with a minimum of 1 billion dollar annual revenue.


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