DrFirst, a provider of medical practice management and clinical decision-support solutions for healthcare providers, announced the acquisition of Diagnotes, a secure clinical communication and care collaboration app.
The teams of the acquisition were not disclosed.
Diagnotes was launched in 2011 and primarily serves clients in the Midwest and southern regions of the U.S.
DrFirst was founded over 20 years ago and has been working with over 100 clients, including hospitals, across the United States and Canada.
Commenting on the acquisition news, G. Cameron Deemer, CEO of DrFirst, said: “DrFirst and Diagnotes have similar visions about improving patient outcomes with secure real-time connections among clinicians as well as their patients.” “This acquisition allows us to add complementary functionality, grow our market share with top-tier customers, and accelerate our speed to market in today’s increasingly complex healthcare environment.”
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