Ontario-based PointClickCare Applied sciences has acquired American HealthTech Inc., an EHR options supplier for the post-acute care market, from Laptop Applications and Methods Inc. (NASDAQ: CPSI).
PointClickCare allows care collaboration and value-based care supply by connecting greater than 27,000 lengthy‐time period and publish‐acute care suppliers, over 3,100 hospitals and well being techniques, over 3,600 ambulatory clinics, each main U.S. well being plan and over 70 state and authorities businesses.
Based in 1979, CPSI is the dad or mum of six firms: Evident, LLC, American HealthTech, Inc., TruBridge LLC, iNetXperts Corp. d/b/a Get Actual Well being, TruCode LLC, and Healthcare Useful resource Group Inc. The Alabama-based firm had $327 million in whole income in 2022.
PointClickCare describes its platform as delivering real-time, actionable insights on the level of care to facilitate seamless transitions and higher post-discharge outcomes whereas offering visibility into post-acute community efficiency. The corporate mentioned that AHT clients’ care groups will achieve entry to the information they want, on the level of care, for proactive care collaboration and intervention for his or her sufferers, serving to them thrive in an evolving market because the wants of their sufferers grow to be extra advanced.
“As a part of our ongoing enterprise transformation, we’ve got determined to divest AHT and subsequently discontinue growth of the AHT product,” mentioned Chris Fowler, CPSI’s president and CEO, in a press release. “We chosen PointClickCare because the expertise associate of option to maintain AHT’s clients and guarantee they’re arrange for achievement now and into the longer term. PointClickCare and AHT share related cultures and values, making this a really perfect match for AHT, its purchasers and staff.”
“PointClickCare’s mission has at all times been, and continues to be, addressing crucial gaps in healthcare to higher serve high-needs populations by way of a strong care collaboration community,” mentioned Dave Wessinger, CEO and co-founder, of PointClickCare, in a press release. “We’re excited to welcome this group of skilled crew members who share related cultures and values, and their revered AHT clients, to the PointClickCare group and proceed fulfilling our mission of modernizing healthcare.”
PointClickCare has grown by way of acquisitions. In 2020, it bought Collective Medical, a Utah-based firm that provides a care notification and collaboration platform, and in 2022, it bought Baltimore-based Audacious Inquiry, a related care platform.