Health information content management company Wolters Kluwer Health will acquire medical terminology software vendor Health Language Inc., while ExlService Holdings has bought payer vendor Landacorp. Terms of both acquisitions were not disclosed.

Health Language markets its medical terminology databases and associated software to providers, insurers and electronic health records vendors to manage and map 180 terminologies and administrative code sets. Wolters Kluwer Health, which picks up access to insurers through Health Language, sells clinical and drug decision support systems, clinical surveillance systems and clinical documentation software, among other products.

ExlService Holdings providers outsourced business processing services in multiple industries including health care. Now, the company gets a technology platform solution for health insurers through Landacorp’s CareRadius suite of disease, case, utilization and resource management software. CareRadius also supports sharing information between providers, case managers, coaches, pharmacists and health plan members to provide population health management and better care coordination. Landacorp’s new name is EXL Landa.

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