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QuadraMed Acquires NCR Healthcare Solutions

January 4, 2012 News 3 Comments

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QuadraMed announced this morning that it will acquire the healthcare solutions business of NCR Corporation, whose products include a patient access kiosk, patient and physician portals, and a payment solution. Terms were not disclosed.

NCR acquired the product portfolio when it bought Maitland, FL-based Galvanon in December 2005.

QuadraMed CEO Duncan James was quoted in the announcement as saying, “This addition to QuadraMed’s portfolio is a logical extension of our existing Access and Identity Management offerings. NCR’s healthcare solutions will improve our clients’ ability to meet the increasing demand for patients to control and self-direct their healthcare experience at hospitals, clinics and physician practices.”

NCR’s healthcare workforce in Lake Mary, FL and Hyderabad, India will become QuadraMed employees on January 5, 2012.

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Currently there are "3 comments" on this Article:

  1. Wow!
    …and here I thought Galvannon was still on its own, thought NCR got out of the HIT world decades ago, and since I hadn’t heard from Qmed in over a year on HISTalk I figured they were gone too!

    I think Qmed needs to buy an HISTalk add quick!

  2. Good acquisition for QuadraMed.

    They looked at Galvannon years ago and it made sense from a product fit.

    At the time, QuadraMed was straddled with Wall Street and Board expectations that made investment into product development and acquisition a challenge. There was also some debt structure that was clobbering them.

    Good to see they are finding capital to invest in product again.







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