GHX, a healthcare technology and services company focused on supply-chain management, said it acquired TriSolve, a United Kingdom-based consultancy that works with the National Health Service and medical suppliers.
GHX acquires U.K. consultancy
The deal is closed and financial terms of the sale were not disclosed, a GHX spokeswoman said.
The Louisville, Colo.-based company said the acquisition of TriSolve, which is based in Bradford, U.K., supports GHX's growth plans in the European market. TriSolve provides strategic counsel, system integration and change management services.
“GHX is focused on lowering the cost of healthcare and increasing supply-chain efficiency not just in the U.S. but throughout Europe as well,” said GHX President and CEO Bruce Johnson in the news release.
In February, GHX announced that it had acquired implantable medical-device tracking technology developed by Implanet, a French medical device manufacturer.
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