Cerner Corp. will acquire Clairvia Inc., a vendor of scheduling and workforce management software, for an undisclosed sum. The companies expect to close the acquisition during October.
Durham, N.C.-based Clairvia's products are designed to fit caregivers with patients based on caregiver skill sets and patient acuity, and to give better insight into clinician availability. The scheduling software for specialty physicians, for instance, integrates with schedules of others on a care team so hospital personnel know where a physician is if they, a patient or family member need to talk to the physician.
Clairvia serves more than 400 provider organizations and the software integrates with a variety of electronic health records systems, including Cerner Millennium. Cerner also will integrate it with the Healthe Intent and CareAware resource management systems.
More information is available at clairvia.com.
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