Dedalus Completes Acquisition of DXC’s Provider Healthcare Business: The Signify View
Published: April 12, 2021
09th April 2021 – Written by Alex Green – Featured on HISTalk – Signify Research examines the just-completed acquisition of DXC’s provider business by Dedalus for $450 million. It notes:
- DXC was created in 2017 by the merger of CSC (which had previously acquired ISoft following its NPfIT struggles) and the enterprise services business of HPE.
- Dedalus had previously acquired a majority position in France-based Medasys and the EHR and integrated care business of Agfa Health.
- The combined entity is the largest EHR vendor in Europe, with annual revenue of $600 million. It offers legacy EHRs such as Lorenzo, I.CM, I.P.M., MedChart, Swift, Patient Care, and others.
- The analysis says that Dedalus needs to retire its legacy solutions quickly and move customers to newer platforms without upsetting them, which it notes is not easy.
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