Intermedix Corp., provider of billing services to emergency medical service providers in Texas, has acquired EMSystems LLC, a Milwaukee-based provider of online healthcare IT solutions in the public health and emergency services markets. No financial terms were disclosed. Intermedix is a portfolio company of Parthenon Capital.
Intermedix Corporation, the leading provider of technology-based business services to emergency healthcare service providers, announced today the acquisition of EMSystems, LLC (“EMSystems”), a leading provider of web-based healthcare information technology solutions in the public health and emergency services markets.
EMSystems, based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, will operate under the trade name Intermedix EMSystems as a division of Intermedix Corporation. EMSystems develops and markets web based solutions that help key emergency healthcare providers and public health stakeholders effectively prepare for, detect, respond to, and provide care for emergencies. Its range of solutions is widely used with more than 55,000 active users across 45 states and more than 1,400 hospitals. EMSystems’ solutions include real-time communications, inventory and resource management systems, patient and evacuee tracking, volunteer registry management, EMS dispatch and incident reporting, and state-wide EMS data repository solutions.
Andy Nunemaker, who has led EMSystems as CEO since 2004, will serve as President of Intermedix EMSystems and, along with the EMSystems management team, will develop and market emergency healthcare technology systems for the combined companies.
Doug Shamon, CEO of Intermedix Corporation commented, “EMSystems’ solutions improve efficiency in the delivery of emergency healthcare. By connecting hospital emergency departments with emergency response organizations, the entire emergency health system gains interoperability and situational awareness leading to improved service delivery. The EMSystems’ suite of solutions extends Intermedix’s capabilities into the public health marketplace while further positioning the Company to help bridge the gap between pre-hospital and hospital-based emergency medicine. We have significant plans to extend our technology offerings both through internal development and acquisition of best-of-breed point solutions to continue to build the most comprehensive and integrated solutions offering to emergency healthcare providers.”
“We are excited to be a part of the Intermedix family,” stated Andy Nunemaker, President of EMSystems. “We will have more resources and broader capabilities to offer our customers. In addition, our growing suite of technology solutions is the perfect complement to the Intermedix solutions. Both EMSystems and Intermedix have enjoyed strong reputations and leading market positions. The combined company is in a position to provide a broad range of integrated technology solutions that respond to emergency healthcare’s needs and challenges.
About Intermedix Corporation
Intermedix (www.intermedix.com) focuses on the highly fragmented emergency healthcare system by delivering healthcare information technology and business solutions to manage the revenue cycle, promote preparedness and interoperability, and support incident response management, documentation and reporting.
Intermedix provides revenue cycle management services for emergency physicians and hospital emergency departments, emergency medical services (ambulance) agencies, urgent care centers, and fire departments throughout the United States and has collected billions of dollars for its clients. The Company also provides hosted technology solutions for state and local public health agencies, hospitals, emergency medical services agencies, and fire departments using the brand names EMResource™, EMTrack™, ResponseManager™, TripTix®, WebCur™, and EMCredential™.