Global Health Exchange and HealthNexis merge:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The internet trading exchange, Global Healthcare Exchange, and HealthNexis, which provides information and technology solutions, are to combine their operations to form a single internet-based exchange. The combined entity will more quickly realise the benefits of e-commerce, the companies say. "We are creating the first fully operational, end-to-end healthcare supply chain technology solution," said David Hurley, HealthNexis's CEO. HealthNexis, which comprises four of the largest healthcare companies: AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health, Fisher Scientific International and McKessen, was founded in April 2000.
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