Healthy Advice Networks, Cincinnati, a maker of software for patient and physician engagement, has purchased another software company, Orlando, Fla.-based PatientPoint.
Healthy Advice Networks buys PatientPoint
Financial terms weren't disclosed in a news release on the deal. PatientPoint makes software for revenue cycle development and care coordination. Healthy Advice officials say the deal will help expand their point-of-care software line.
“How physicians deliver care is fundamentally changing and PatientPoint's offerings are a natural extension of the care management tools and patient education solutions we provide to help healthcare providers meet this challenge head on,” Mike Collette, chairman and founder for Healthy Advise, said in the news release.
Healthy Advice officials also say PatientPoint will allow them to offer software that will help with streamline certification, aiding healthcare givers preparing for new patient-center medical homes and accountable care organizations.
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