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ConJoin Group Acquires PHNS for $250M

November 9, 2010
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The Boston-based ConJoin Group, a strategic transformative IT and business services company, has acquired PHNS (Dallas), a provider of healthcare IT and business services for $250 million.

The ConJoin Group transforms companies by reinvigorating their sales approach and building flexible global delivery platforms. ConJoin is led by industry veterans whose depth of understanding deliver real value to clients.

PHNS’ core strength lies in its clinical domain expertise as a comprehensive provider of healthcare IT and business process systems; spanning data centers, help desk, telephony, clinical transformation, audit and all aspects of secure health information management. Together, as a combined entity, The ConJoin Group and PHNS will deliver world-class integrated solutions under the PHNS name.

The new PHNS will prioritize ramping up existing product offering and expanding its scope and influence in the healthcare IT market. PHNS will leverage ConJoin’s powerful global delivery model to automate tasks that are digital and replicable to achieve significant operational efficiencies in product development, maintenance and support. ConJoin maintains operations in Boston, Toronto, Dallas and its centers of excellence in Mumbai and Hyderabad.


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