Intermedix buys emergency management software developer

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Intermedix, which develops technology-based business services to the emergency healthcare services industry, has acquired Collaborative Fusion of Pittsburgh for an undisclosed sum.

Collaborative Fusion provides emergency management technologies for federal, state and local governments, as well as the private sector. Its software seeks to help public health officials prepare for emergencies and coordinate response efforts. The CORES Platform offers interoperability, performance, security and usability.

The Milwaukee-based Intermedix has gone on a buying spree in the past couple years, buying a revenue cycle management firm in August and a developer of web-based applications for emergency healthcare providers in May 2010.