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Healthcare operations developer symplr acquires communications platform Halo Health


Healthcare operations software developer symplr, with backing from Clearlake Capital Group and Charlesbank Capital Partners, announced today it is acquiring the clinical communications platform Halo Health. The terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Based in Houston, symplr offers a range of software services to its healthcare clients. These include tools for data management, workforce management, finance management and regulatory compliance.

Through the acquisition, symplr will add Halo Health’s clinical communications platform to its service portfolio. The cloud-based platform brings together communications across channels into one location. It supports secure messaging, video and voice alerts, and on-call scheduling. It allows for role-based collaboration to streamline communications.

“Halo Health is an exciting addition to the symplr family, as it addresses our clients’ critical need to improve clinical communication,” BJ Schaknowski, CEO of symplr, said in a statement.

“Halo Health’s modern approach to digital communication facilitates the rapid exchange of information, streamlines workflows, and improves patient safety. The company’s unified communication and collaboration platform consolidates outdated technology like pagers, feature phones, and legacy texting applications, presenting a strong return on investment opportunity for customers.”

WHY IT MATTERS The importance of effective and efficient communication in healthcare cannot be overstated. In a field dominated by written […]

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