Cerner buys VitalWorks' medical division for $100m
This article was originally published in Clinica
Healthcare IT company Cerner has widened its access to the physician practice market by acquiring the medical division of VitalWorks, a Ridgefield, Connecticut-based specialist in practice management systems, in a $100m cash transaction.
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