Austin-based Keet Health, a communication platform for medical providers, has been acquired by Clinicient, a Portland-based outpatient rehabilitation software maker.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Clinicient, founded in 2004, helps outpatient rehabilitation therapy businesses manage their clinical and financial operations. The company is backed by growth equity firm Catalyst Investors.
Keet, which launched in 2015, sells software that helps patients connected with their care through digital care plans, patient education, messaging and patient communication.
“We see the Clinicient/Keet combination as a natural extension of our offerings to drive client improvement, both clinically and financially,” T. Kent Rowe, CEO of Clinicient, said in a statement. “By adding mobile, patient-driven solutions to Clinicient’s offerings, we ensure that healthcare providers and system have end-to-end tools to attract and engage patients.”
The combined company will maintain offices in Portland and Austin, executives said.
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