MobiHealth News September 23, 2021
Laura Lovett

The company says this new acquisition will help bolster its EHR work in the cardiology space.

This morning Canadian digital health company WELL Health Technologies announced its plans to acquire Aware MD, which owns cardiology and disease specialties-focused EHR Cerebrum, for $4.5 million with a conditional earn-out based on operation performance of up to $3.5 million. 

Currently Cerebrum is used as an EHR for cardiology and other disease specialty areas, including radiology, endocrinology and rheumatology. The bulk of providers using the technology are in Canada’s Ontario province.

Following the acquisition, the Cerebrum EHR will be used to power WELL’s specialty care subsidiary MyHealth Partners. The technology will also be included in the WELL EMR group for distribution. WELL specified that it...

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