Kansas City-based Cerner has reached an agreement to acquire Durham, N.C.-based Clairvia, a healthcare workforce management technology developer, for an undisclosed sum.
Clairvia's software, including Care Value Management and Physician Scheduler applications and predictive modeling tools, help healthcare organizations align staff and resources with patient needs in real-time, Cerner said.
Clairvia's technology is used by more than 400 healthcare organizations globally, ranging from larger health systems to specialty physician practices, who use a variety of EHR systems. The Care Value Management suite will be integrated into Cerner's cloud-based and interoperability platforms, Cerner Healthe Intent and CareAware.
The acquisition is anticipated to close by the end of October, and is not expected to have a material impact on Cerner's financial results.