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Hearst Corporation Acquires CareInSync

April 28, 2014
by John DeGaspari
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Mobile care coordination platform becomes part of Zynx Health

Hearst Corporation’s healthcare group, Hearst Health, has acquired CareInSync, a software solutions company providing a real-time, mobile platform. Santa Clara, Calif. -based CareInSync will become part of Zynx Health, Los Angeles, a vendor of evidence- and experience-based clinical improvement solutions.

CareInSync’s technology enables its customers to connect interdisciplinary care teams that include hospital clinicians, aftercare providers and community-based service providers, according to the announcement. The acquisition gives Zynx mobile care coordination and communication capabilities for the first time.





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