NextGen Healthcare Announces Agreement to Acquire Medfusion, Inc.
11/13/2019 8:00:00 AM
Leading Patient Experience Platform Advances Company’s Market Position
Three powerful ambulatory care market trends make the acquisition of Medfusion a timely next step in NextGen Healthcare’s evolution:
- As patients assume increased financial responsibility for their healthcare, they are more actively involved in making choices based on both cost and quality
- High quality healthcare depends on improved access to care and information
- Patient experience drives patient engagement which is key to improving health outcomes
Medfusion Patient Experience Platform enables key aspects of patient-provider interactions. It includes a modern portal with an attractive, easy-to-use interface designed to run on any device. The platform includes powerful capabilities for patient intake, patient scheduling and patient payment capabilities and is used by more than 16 million patients today.
“We must further engage patients in their healthcare journey as engagement is essential for great outcomes and lowering the cost of care,” said
“From our founding, Medfusion has been focused on patient-provider communications and making health IT work for both patients and practices,” said
The acquisition agreement provides for the acquisition of all of the outstanding equity in Medfusion, but will be subject to Medfusion transferring, prior to the closing, its data services business, which is in its infancy and will be transferred out of Medfusion as
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Medfusion is redefining healthcare IT by centering on the information needs of the patient. The company’s technology breaks down interoperability barriers for industries that need patient-initiated health data. Medfusion’s robust portfolio of healthcare APIs enable patient-driven workflows to retrieve, aggregate and share health data from more than 40 leading EHRs. For more information, visit www.medfusion.com.
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