AlayaCare, a supplier of software to manage home and community care, is acquiring the Procura division of Complia. Procura offers enterprise software to long-term care facilities.
MTBC, a vendor of revenue cycle management software, closed its acquisition of CareCloud, which offers practice management and EHR systems.
Healthgrades, which helps patients find and schedule appointments with providers (hmmm, sounds a lot like that Kyruus company that just raised more money), scores highly by acquiring Evariant, which assists providers with patient engagement.
AMN Healthcare, which is primarily known as a staffing firm, is acquiring Stratus Video, which provides remote language translation services, for $475 million, a price that is up in the "Stratus"phere!
Group purchasing organization Premier is acquiring two units of the Greater New York Hospital Association for about $290 million. The units provide supply chain consulting and purchasing assistance for hospitals.
Human Longevity (now there's a name that hopefully won't be long-lived), I am not even going to try to explain their business but is basically risk prediction for individuals, is acquiring DoctorsForMe, which supposedly matches patients with the doctor who can best treat them.
Evive, which offers some kind of health management platform, has acquired WiserTogether, which gives patients treatment guidance. Evive will use the "r" in the acquired company's name to "revive" itself. Now that is funny.
Private equity firm Hg is buying a majority interest in Intelrad, which provides imaging and imaging workflow management software.
Medical Mutual, an Ohio-based health plan, has acquired Bravo Wellness, which as the name suggests, is a wellness program vendor.
Brain Lab, a vendor of digital medical technology, gets smart, as it intelligently acquires VisionTree, which offers data collection and patient management software, and 000hhhh, it's cloud based.
Hospital giant HCA is acquiring Valify, a vendor of analytics and other software to help with buying purchased services.
Virgin Pulse, an employee wellness firm, throbs with love for Blue Mesa, a digital diabetes wellness platform, although that fondness may plateau after a while.
Massimo, which provides devices for monitoring, is acquiring NantHealth's division which offers software and services around interoperability and data connections for medical devices, for about $47 million.
CredSimple becomes more believable, combining with Glenridge Health to create a more complete credentialing and provider network management solution.
Revenue cycle management vendor R1 RCM is acquiring SCI Solutions, which sells patient scheduling software, for $190 million.