Private equity firm Thoma Bravo will increase its health information technology holdings under a definitive agreement to acquire Global Healthcare Exchange, which operates an online health care supply ordering network.

Terms of the deal for the exchange, known as GHX and based in Louisville, Colo., were not disclosed. Current management will continue to operate the company. GHX has business in North America and Europe, and CEO Bruce Johnson says Thoma Bravo will enable it to further capitalize globally.

Other health I.T. holdings of Thoma Bravo include SRS Software, Mediware Information Systems and Hyland Software.

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