PerfectServe, supplier of cloud-based medical communication and collaboration options, introduced Jan. 16 that it has acquired secure communication platform, Telmediq. The acquisition was funded by K1 Investment Management, a personal fairness agency centered on high-growth enterprise software program corporations.
Knoxville, Tenn.-based PerfectServe says the acquisition will enable the corporate to supply its clients “the most comprehensive care team collaboration solution on the market,” and assist them to push forward with value-based care.
WHY IT MATTERS
The newly expanded firm will reap the benefits of every platform’s cloud-based, service-oriented structure (SOA) to combine complementary options, PerfectServe mentioned in an announcement. “This will allow clients to keep their current infrastructure and enhance workflows with modular deployment of new capabilities.”
According to PerfectServe, greater than 300 healthcare organizations and 80,000 customers use Telmediq’s merchandise, which embrace a name heart answer, nurse mobility, superior alert and alarm administration capabilities and mass notification performance. Together, PerfectServe and Telmediq have greater than 500,000 medical customers throughout 250 hospital websites and 27,000 doctor practices and post-acute care organizations, PerfectServe mentioned.
THE BIGGER TREND
PerfectServe’s purpose is to ship current and up-to-date info to the point-of-care to assist the healthcare techniques talk extra successfully, and thus enhance the affected person expertise.
According to Gartner’s Strategic Roadmap to the Real-Time Health System, “the RTHS makes use of info and communications expertise to remodel the enterprise of care supply in a way that reduces the time wherein affected person info and medical information is collected, understood, analyzed, shared and utilized.”
ON THE RECORD
“In addition to heavy investments in product development over the past several years, the Telmediq acquisition is a key element of our strategy to build the care team collaboration platform of the future – designed to serve all care team members, including the patient,” mentioned Terry Edwards, president and CEO of PerfectServe. “Our vision is to build a platform that is separate from, transcends, and is fully integrated with the EHR and all other point-of-care technologies. The goal is to make it easy for clinicians to overcome persistent care coordination challenges that have existed in the industry for years.”
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