IMS Health to Issue Full-Year 2012 Financial Results on March 4, Conference Call for Note Holders Sc
IMS Health to Issue Full-Year 2012 Financial Results on March 4, Conference Call for Note Holders Scheduled for March 8
DANBURY, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- IMS Health plans to post for note holders its full-year 2012 financial results on Monday, March 4, 2013. The company will conduct a conference call for IMS's note holders to review these results at 1:00 p.m. ET on Friday, March 8, 2013. To obtain additional details for accessing the company's results and joining the conference call, note holders should e-mail email@example.com.
IMS Health is a leading worldwide provider of information, technology and services dedicated to making healthcare perform better. With a global technology infrastructure and unique combination of real-world evidence, advanced analytics and proprietary software platforms, IMS Health connects knowledge across all aspects of healthcare to help clients improve patient outcomes and operate more efficiently. The company's expert resources draw on data from nearly 100,000 suppliers, and on insights from 39 billion healthcare transactions processed annually, to serve more than 5,000 healthcare clients globally. Customers include pharmaceutical, medical device and consumer health manufacturers and distributors, providers, payers, government agencies, policymakers, researchers and the financial community. Additional information is available at www.imshealth.com.
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