Constellation Acquires QuadraMed Corporation | Healthcare Informatics Magazine | Health IT | Information Technology Skip to content Skip to navigation

Constellation Acquires QuadraMed Corporation

June 4, 2013
by Rajiv Leventhal
| Reprints

Constellation Software Inc., a Canadian-based software provider, has announced that it has completed, through its wholly-owned subsidiary N. Harris Computer Corporation, the acquisition of QuadraMed Corporation, a portfolio company of Francisco Partners. QuadraMed is a provider of mission critical information technology solutions for the healthcare information technology market. The financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

The acquisition complements Harris' existing healthcare businesses through expansion of its product portfolio, the addition of many blue chip clients and increasing the markets served. QuadraMed provides Harris with a platform to support its entry into the U.S. healthcare information technology market. QuadraMed's employees will continue to develop, sell, implement and support the QuadraMed product portfolio. The acquisition will also increase Harris' Canadian and international market presence.

The clinical, revenue cycle and access management solutions compliment Harris' existing healthcare solutions in financial management, supply chain management, and human resource management. Harris will continue to operate QuadraMed as a stand-alone business headquartered in Reston, Va. and maintain key offices in Ontario, California, Jacksonville and Lake Mary, Fl., and New York City.

Topics

News

NewYork-Presbyterian, Walgreens Partner on Telemedicine Initiative

NewYork-Presbyterian and Walgreens are collaborating to bring expanded access to NewYork-Presbyterian’s healthcare through new telemedicine services, the two organizations announced this week.

ONC Releases Patient Demographic Data Quality Framework

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) developed a framework to help health systems, large practices, health information exchanges and payers to improve their patient demographic data quality.

AMIA, Pew Urge Congress to Ensure ONC has Funding to Implement Cures Provisions

The Pew Charitable Trusts and the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) have sent a letter to congressional appropriators urging them to ensure that ONC has adequate funding to implement certain 21st Century Cures Act provisions.

Former Michigan Governor to Serve as Chair of DRIVE Health

Former Michigan Governor John Engler will serve as chair of the DRIVE Health Initiative, a campaign aimed at accelerating the U.S. health system's transition to value-based care.

NJ Medical Group Launches Statewide HIE, OneHealth New Jersey

The Medical Society of New Jersey (MSNJ) recently launched OneHealth New Jersey, a statewide health information exchange (HIE) that is now live.

Survey: 70% of Providers Using Off-Premises Computing for Some Applications

A survey conducted by KLAS Research found that 70 percent of healthcare organizations have moved at least some applications or IT infrastructure off-premises.