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Plano’s ZeOmega Signs McKesson on as a Client

California-based pharmaceutical distributor McKesson is partnering with Plano’s ZeOmega to bring its population health system to more than 3,700 American hospitals and care sites.
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Irving’s Vizient Closes On Purchase Of Georgia Supply Chain Management Company

Irving’s enormous healthcare membership company Vizient DFW announced Monday that the acquisition of the supply chain management portion of Georgia-based MedAssets has closed.
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National Association Of Business Resources Honors Dallas Home Health Services Company

The National Association of Business Resources on Friday lauded the rapidly growing home health services company Axxess as the ‘Best of the Best’ in its annual 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For awards ceremony.
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Irving’s VHA-UHC Alliance Will Purchase MedAsset’s Supply Chain Management Segment

Irving-based healthcare membership company VHA-UHC Alliance announced Monday that it has acquired the supply chain management segment of MedAssets, the Georgia company that was just scooped up in a deal worth $2.7 billion.

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Dallas Healthcare Advisory Firm Gets Cash Infusion From Private Equity Investor

VMG Health, a Dallas-based consulting firm that advises companies on the U.S. healthcare transaction market, has received an infusion of private equity money from a Virginia-based investor.
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Frisco-Based Conifer Posts Big Gains In Revenue, Earnings

In the midst of a quarter that found its parent company taking a hit from fees related to its aggressive acquisition strategy, Conifer Health Systems continued to expand its profits.
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Conifer’s Earnings Jump 71 Percent In First Quarter Of 2015

Dallas-based Tenet announced its earnings this week for the first three months of 2015. During that time, subsidiary Conifer posted $82 million of adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization—a 71 percent spike year-over-year.