Mergers & Acquisitions
What's more, 30-day mortality and readmission rates stayed largely the same at acquired facilities.
The consulting giant issued a forward-looking report in January 2019. Healthcare IT News went back to see what the report’s key issues look like at year’s end.
After a challenging few years marked (to put it mildly) by "lots of change," the chief executive describes athena's goals for product integration, SaaS innovation and client service now that its new leadership team is in place.
Indiana Health Information Exchange and Michiana Health Information Network will merge in 2020, at which point all MHIN employees will become IHIE employees, with offices in Indianapolis and South Bend.
The cybersecurity compliance company says Backbone's advisory services will help clients manage ever-changing infosec and privacy demands, such as the third-party audits required for EPCS, the privacy demands of GDPR and more.
The staffing firm also acquired Global Employment Solutions and has gained new private equity funding; parent company Leidos Inc. retains its healthcare business serving government customers.
The consultancy, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, has experience working with the DoD, VA and government healthcare clients and specializes in cybersecurity, agile engineering and more.
Francisco Partners says it will be able to give resources to help the developer of laboratory information systems and point-of-care testing technology innovate its product offerings.
The investment will help cloud-based electronic health record and practice management tool for physical therapists expand and innovate its product offerings, as rehab expands its place in the wider continuum of care.
Carestream gives updates on sale of healthcare IT business to Philips, Clinerion partners with university, and more news briefs
Also: HCL Technologies and Oracle Health Sciences announce new collaboration; the Patient Access website is now running on Microsoft's Azure cloud platform.