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Vizient Announces Community Contracting Program to Help Certified Diverse Suppliers Connect with Hospitals

IRVING, Texas , August 12 /Businesswire/ - .@Vizientinc announces an opportunity for minority-, women- and veteran-owned businesses to enroll in its Community Contracting Program, a new initiative designed to connect Vizient member hospitals with local, diverse suppliers and service providers.


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