Hyland has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the OneContent business from Allscripts, a leading provider of healthcare information technology solutions. The deal is expected to close in the second quarter, once customary closing conditions are satisfied. Upon transaction close, the OneContent client base and associates will transition to Hyland.
Recently acquired by Allscripts from McKesson, more than 300 customers rely on OneContent for their healthcare content management needs. Hyland plans to continue to support OneContent customers’ current solutions while enhancing the platform with new features and functionality, refining the integration with Allscripts’ Paragon EHR system and leveraging the complementary capabilities of the Hyland Healthcare suite. Hyland plans to partner closely with Allscripts in these efforts.
“The addition of OneContent customers and employees is extremely complementary to the core focus of the Hyland Healthcare business,” said Bill Priemer, president and CEO at Hyland. “Based on Hyland’s experience helping more than 2,000 healthcare organizations manage patient content over the past 16 years, we are well prepared to serve the needs of OneContent customers and eager to help them reach their goals.”
Hyland Healthcare combines information management and enterprise medical imaging with business process and case management capabilities, delivering a suite of unparalleled content and image management solutions to address the clinical, financial and operational needs of healthcare organizations around the world. The Hyland Healthcare suite of products – comprised of Acuo by Hyland, PACSgear, NilRead, Brainware by Hyland, OnBase by Hyland, Perceptive Content and ShareBase by Hyland – are leveraged to complete patient records, eliminate reimbursement delays and enhance business processes. For more information, please visit Hyland.com/Healthcare.
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