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Lexmark Acquires Acuo Technologies for $45 Million

January 3, 2013 News No Comments

1-3-2013 9-41-21 AM

Lexmark announced this morning that it has acquired Acuo Technologies, which will position Acuo’s vendor neutral archive software as part of Lexmark’s Perceptive Software business.

According to Perceptive Software President and CEO Scott Coons, “Perceptive Software’s rich process and content solution combined with Acuo Technologies’ Universal Clinical Platform will provide users a single, enterprise-wide view of all patient medical information from within the EMR system. Physicians will have immediate access to all patient information—from prescriptions to x-rays, ultrasounds, CT scans and more—from directly within the EMR, regardless of the department in which it was conducted or the technology used to create and store it. This data is then presented in the context of the patient, so when the physician pulls up a patient record in the EMR, all clinical content living outside that record is presented. This immediate, broad view of the patient drives both efficiencies and better patient care. Presenting this powerful content-based medical record in one solution will be unique to the market.”

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