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Xerox to Buy RSA Medical for Analytics-Driven Health Services

acquisitionXerox (NYSE: XRX) has agreed to acquire RSA Medical as part of efforts to grow in the healthcare services market and add new predictive analytics functionalities for population health and member outreach programs.

The companies expect to close the transaction within the third quarter of this year and RSA Medical will be part of Xerox’s commercial healthcare services business,  Xerox said Monday.

Kelly Rakowski, senior vice president of healthcare payer services at Xerox, said the company made the acquisition to add offerings that work to deliver insights on population health trends and corresponding clinical interventions.

RSA Medical Founder and CEO Rocco Salviola will remain to lead operations and report to Rakowski.

RSA Medical works to help health plan operators use population-health focused data in order to identify medical conditions early and to manage chronic illnesses.

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