Kimberly-Clark Recognized with Three National Novation Awards of Excellence


Kimberly-Clark Health Care announces it has received three national awards of excellence from Novation, a leading healthcare supply chain expertise, analytics and contracting company for the more than 100,000 members of VHA, UHC, Children’s Hospital Association and Provista, LLC.

The company was recently recognized by Novation as National Surgical Supplier of the Year for its outstanding efforts in working with hospital members served by Novation. This includes being compliant with terms and conditions of the national agreement, having year-over-year growth, and being fully engaged and invested in the day-to-day operations with Novation as well as its Alliance staff. The company also received the Strategic Commitment Award for their participation across Novation’s committed offerings which enable significant overall programmatic savings for VHA, UHC, Children’s Hospital Association and Provista members. In addition, Brian Krajca, senior national account manager for Kimberly-Clark Health Care, was recognized by Novation as National Account Manager of the Year. This is a single honor given to the account manager who exemplifies excellent customer service and responsiveness to members, superior interaction with Novation and strategic involvement to create successful and valuable agreements in support of the members Novation serves.

“Kimberly-Clark is uniquely dedicated to providing its customers with exceptional service while paying unparalleled attention to their ever evolving needs,” says Chris Lowery, global vice president of healthcare sales and marketing for Kimberly-Clark. “We are honored to be recognized by an important, long-time partner in the healthcare space for our innovative surgical solutions designed to improve outcomes for patients while protecting care providers from risks.”

Source: Kimberly-Clark

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