Huron Consulting Group is expanding its digital health offerings with the acquisition of MyRounding, a Denver-based technology company.
MyRounding makes software for use during hospital rounds. It can collect data on patients, create checklists on safety issues such as preventing hospital-acquired infections, track patient issues and assign tasks to specific employees.
Financial terms were not disclosed. The deal will add more than 25 employees to Chicago-based Huron. MyRounding's current CEO, Tony Gorski, and Chief Operating Officer David Marshall, both founders of the company, will become Huron managing directors.
While Huron has grown through acquisitions, it began the year by divesting its underperforming legal business to Consilio.
Its healthcare business, where MyRounding will be integrated, also faced challenges last year after it pulled in lower-than-expected revenue from a large client. The firm also saw lower demand for its healthcare performance improvement solutions.
Huron Healthcare accounts for 54% of the consulting firm's revenue. The division posted $112.1 million in revenue in the third quarter, up 14.6% over the same period in 2014.