Mediware Information Systems, a Lenexa, Kansas-based company that makes a range of software products for the health care industry, has acquired BlueStrata EHR, a St. Louis-based startup that specializes in electronic medical records software for long-term care.
Terms of the deal, announced Wednesday in a press release, were not disclosed.
Buying BlueStrata, which specializes in software for nursing and assisted living facilities, helps Mediware expand into the long-term care market, according to the press release.
“We see tremendous potential with BlueStrata EHR,” Mediware CEO Bill Miller said in the release. “It’s a comprehensive, easy-to-use clinical and billing system for the long-term care industry.”
For BlueStrata, the deal means access to improved resources for technology, sales and marketing, according to the release.
Mediware is a portfolio company of TPG Capital, a private equity firm that has invested in companies including Airbnb, Burger King, Chobani and Spotify.
Mediware plans to maintain BlueStrata’s St. Louis location.