Kardia Health to acquire Freeland Systems

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Kardia Health Systems will expand its cardiology platforms with the acquisition of Freeland Systems, a provider of multi-modality medical imaging and reporting software solutions.

With the acquisition, Kardia will be able to offer customers a complete web-based clinical, diagnostic and reporting solution for end-to-end management of multiple imaging modalities. The financial terms of agreement were not disclosed.

“More medical providers are implementing web-based applications because of the greater return on investment and lower cost of ownership,” said Wayne Schellhammer, executive vice president, Kardia. “Our solution meets the demands of hospitals and large cardiology practices as well as small-to mid-sized clinics and is easily scaled for growth.”

“The combination of Kardia and AccessPoint web-based solutions will give practitioners a complete range of modular components to develop PACS systems, with world class EBM reporting tools, accommodate existing and new EMRs and manage the imaging workflow,” said John Freeland, managing partner and president, Freeland Systems. “And, because the software is vendor-neutral, it allows clinics to leverage existing technology without making significant capital investments.”