Advocate Health Care renews contract with MedAssets

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Advocate Health Care has renewed its contract with MedAssets, a company that helps healthcare companies reduce costs and improve efficiency.

“Our health system continues to invest in our partnership with MedAssets to help us control costs and improve quality so that our patients can receive optimal care,” Tom Lubotsky, a vice president at Downers Grove-based Advocate Health Care, said in a news release.

Terms were not disclosed.

Advocate’s network includes 12 acute-care hospitals and 250 sites in all.

MedAssetsworks with more than 4,200 hospitals and 122,000 non-acute healthcare providers.

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