Pamplona Capital Management will pay $2.7 billion for MedAssets because it sees new opportunities by combining MedAssets’ large suite of revenue cycle management services with health information management vendor Precyse, which Pamplona already owns.
The combined companies will create an end-to-end HIM solutions vendor helping 2,700 clients manage $450 billion in annual patient revenue, say Jeremy Gelber, M.D., a partner at Pamplona.
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