Xerox (NYSE: XRX) has acquired healthcare information technology software-as-a-service company Healthy Communities Institute for an undisclosed amount.
The companies seek to integrate HCI’s cloud-based SaaS platform and an analytics technology from Xerox’s healthcare subsidiary Midas+, Xerox said Monday.
Justin Lanning, senior vice president and managing director of Midas+, said the combined firm would help clients identify high-risk patient groups and develop personalized care programs through technology.
The HCI SaaS offering is designed to access data on community demographics, disease distribution and risk factors, while Midas+’s Juvo Care Performance platform is built to analyze volumes of healthcare data.
Midas+ supports more than 2, 200 healthcare facilities and also offers workflow, quality and regulatory management products in the market.