Intermedix Corp., a Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based emergency-healthcare technology company, has acquired Collaborative Fusion, Pittsburgh, for an undisclosed amount.
Intermedix buys Collaborative Fusion
Collaborative Fusion sells emergency management products to federal, state and local governments, as well companies in the private sector, offering software to help public health officials prepare for emergencies and coordinate response efforts, according to the company.
Intermedix provides revenue-cycle management services and technology for emergency healthcare providers. In August, the company announced it had purchased Comprehensive Medical Billing Solutions, Oklahoma City, which provides revenue-cycle management services to hospital-based emergency physicians. Intermedix itself was purchased in August 2010 by Thomas H. Lee Partners, which acquired the company from Parthenon Capital Partners and its minority shareholders.
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