German Company Acquires Part of Cerner’s Assets

A German health care software company is acquiring part of Cerner Corp.’s portfolio in Germany and Spain. CompuGroup Medical SE is buying the products for about $248.9 million, and the deal is expected to close in the third quarter. The products include medico and Soarian Integrated Care, which are health information systems in Germany; Selene, a leading health information system for public hospitals in Spain; and Soarian Health Archive, a system for digitizing and storing health information. Medico’s customers include more than 250 hospitals in Germany, and Selene’s customers include 65 hospitals in Spain. North Kansas City-based Cerner got the medico and Sorian products as part of its acquisition of Siemens Health Services in 2015.

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