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Francisco Partners to Sell Medication Management Company Aesynt to Omnicell

Omnicell acquires Aesynt, a company making medication robots and pharmacy automation systems, for $275 million.

CPSI Announces Third Quarter 2015 Results

CPS reports Q3 results: revenue is down 16 percent at $44.6 million, EPS $0.31 vs. $0.83. Stock prices fell 15 percent after the results were published.

Quality Systems, Inc. Announces Agreement to Acquire HealthFusion Holdings, Inc.

Quality Systems, which sold off its NextGen hospital EHR business last week, will acquire the cloud-based HealthFusion EHR for up to $190 million.

Healthcare IT Trends in England | 2015

Peer60 publishes a report on the UK EHR market, finding that Epic, Cerner, and Allscripts have replacement vendor mindshare among hospital executives, with Epic leading among the three. Epic’s only live customer in the UK is Cambridge University Hospital, where its $300 million implementation resulted in the resignation of the hospital’s CEO and CFO, and an investigation from the NHS Monitor.

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