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Lawson to Acquire Healthvision

January 8, 2010
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St. Paul, Minn.-based Lawson Software announced that it has agreed to acquire Dallas-based Healthvision Solutions, Inc., through the acquisition of privately held Quovadx Holdings, Inc., its parent holding company.

Healthvision provides integration and application technology and related services to hospitals and large healthcare organizations. According to the company, the acquisition of Healthvision will enable Lawson to connect multiple source systems and provide healthcare providers with quick access to clinical, financial and operational information reliably and securely, regardless of the source system

The all-cash transaction of $160 million is subject to regulatory approvals and expected to close in January 2010.

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