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Achieving more, together
Vizient combines the strengths of VHA, University HealthSystem Consortium, Novation and MedAssets’ Spend and Clinical Resource Management segment, including Sg2, to form the nation’s largest member-driven health care performance improvement company.Learn more about our story
Our purpose is to ensure our members deliver exceptional, cost-effective care. We accomplish this by connecting them with the knowledge, solutions and expertise to achieve healthier outcomes.
Recognized as a World's Most Ethical Company
Vizient is honored to again be recognized by the Ethisphere Institute, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, as a 2017 World’s Most Ethical Company®. We received this coveted designation in 2016 in our first year as a merged organization and again this year as one of only two companies recognized by Ethisphere in the Business Services category. Previously, our legacy company Novation was a four-year honoree (2012-2015) on the World’s Most Ethical Companies list and twice received the Ethisphere Institute’s two-year Ethics Inside Certification, once in 2012 and again in 2014. The unwavering commitment to ethical business standards and practices that earned Novation previous designations by the Ethisphere Institute were echoed in our different legacy companies, and are now core components of Vizient’s cultural foundation. This foundation of ethical business practices guides us internally and fosters trust with the members we serve.
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