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Quovadx Acquires Healthvision

October 3, 2007
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Dallas-based Quovadx has acquired Healthvision, a health information exchange (HIE) facilitator that connects hospitals, labs, physicians, patients and consumers.

Quovadx and Healthvision have worked together in the past to deliver an integrated solution, with Quovadx's Cloverleaf Integration Suite serving as a critical component of Healthvision's e-health interoperability platform. The acquisition of Healthvision strengthens Quovadx's ability to serve the healthcare market, according to the companies.

The new, expanded company will host 11 million patient records and serve over 2,000 hospitals, 250 extended healthcare communities and 23,000 clinicians. The company will retain its focus of providing healthcare software and solutions through Cloverleaf Integration Services and Healthvision's Clinical and Consumer solutions, the organizations state.

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