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German Publishing Firm Acquires Relias Learning
Headquarters and leadership will remain in Cary, North Carolina. New owner will encourage Relias to continue to grow organically and through acquisition.
Louisville Home Care Provider to Implement ContinuLink
Kentucky provider cites need to submit claims to Medicare, Medicaid, long term care partners and to invoice patients.
PlayMaker CRM Partners with Growth Equity Firm
Judy Bishop will take an advisory role on the Board of Directors and Adam Bishop will retain the title of President and Founder as MainSail Partners takes over as majority owner and installs veteran post-acute care tech executive John Griscavage as CEO. At next week's NAHC Annual Meeting, look for PlayMakerCRM to also be unveiling a major re-write of its mobile app for sales reps as well as introducing two new customers with highly recognizable names.
Relias Learning Announces 28 New Courses for Home Health Organizations
Expanding its catalog for home health providers, Relias Learning announced this week that it has added 28 titles to its home health library of courses.
Vendor Watch: What to Look for at NAHC Exhibit Hall
Press releases about new product announcements pour into us at this time of year. Here is a summary of home care and hospice technology vendors that have told us they will be making news in Phoenix a the 2014 NAHC Annual Meeting.
Gentiva Agrees to $1.8 Billion Takeover Offer from Kindred Healthcare
Kindred Healthcare Inc., headquarted in Louisville, Kentucky, announced last week that it has reached an agreement, pending shareholder approval, to acquire Gentiva Health Services, Inc., based in Atlanta, Georgia, for approximately $1.8 billion.
HCTR Product Review: Citrix ShareFile
Marketed as "The Built-for-Business" DropBox, Sharefile may be custom-made for home care. Encrypted documents can be sent back and forth among intake nurses, field nurses, primary care physicians, hospital discharge planners, and just about anyone else with a computer for $30 a month. Citrix acquired the startup in 2011 and is investing heavily in its success in healthcare.
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