Healthland, a vendor of clinical and financial/administrative information systems for rural community and critical access hospitals, has acquired American HealthTech, which sells software to skilled nursing and long-term care facilities.

American HealthTech serves about 3,000 facilities in 47 states. The acquisition, terms of which were not disclosed, positions Healthland to better serve rural providers as they seek an enterprise electronic health record that can support population health management.

In addition to its hospital systems, Healthland also sells ambulatory software and now has added post-acute care technology. American HealthTech’s software includes electronic health record and financial/accounting information systems, as well as reporting modules, all on a single database.

The vendors have begun systems integration work to offer a shared health record following the patient across the care continuum. They will continue to operate under their own brands and serving their traditional markets.

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