Mergers & Acquisitions

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By Dave Muoio 03:35 pm February 26, 2021
Set to close in Q2, the deal will provide the payer's healthcare services subsidiary with an integrated virtual care offering.
By Mallory Hackett 05:35 pm February 18, 2021
Volpara is purchasing all outstanding equity of CRA for $18 million and will pay an additional $4 million if certain strategic targets are met within 18 months.
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By Dave Muoio 10:42 am February 10, 2021
Saykara's founder and team will be augmenting Nuance's R&D division.
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By Kat Jercich 02:18 pm January 15, 2021
Accolade intends to strengthen its ability to provide users with second opinions, using 2nd.MD's provider network.
Komodo Health cofounders on a stage

Komodo Health co-founders Web Sun and Arif Nathoo (courtesy Komodo Health)

By Kat Jercich 03:29 pm January 11, 2021
The company says the move will enable its customers to more efficiently connect patients with lifesaving therapies.
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By Kat Jercich 11:10 am January 06, 2021
The companies pointed to the potential to reduce administrative waste, inform patient care decisions and improve payment systems across the industry.
By Mike Miliard 04:31 pm December 17, 2020
By connecting provider and payer access points, the deal aims to make care more available, boost care coordination and improve online patient experience, says Kyruus CEO Graham Gardner.
Imprivata HIMSS booth at a trade show
By Mike Miliard 04:42 pm December 03, 2020
The machine learning-powered tech will be a "key component of our go-forward analytics and digital identity strategy," says CEO Gus Malezis.
Dubai’s TVM Capital Healthcare, GE Healthcare

Credit: TVM Capital Healthcare

By Rachel McArthur 10:55 am November 11, 2020
Both will work together to accelerate the growth of transformational healthcare companies across markets in the Middle East and North African, and the Association of South-East Asian Nations.
Intermountain Healthcare office
By Mallory Hackett 05:36 pm October 26, 2020
Despite a dip in M&A activity in 2020, analysts predict the pent-up activity from the pandemic will "very likely" cause a surge in deals in 2021.