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BREAKING: Cerner to Buy Siemens Health IT Division for $1.3 Billion; EXCLUSIVE: Cerner President Speaks First to HCI

August 05, 2014

 In one of the biggest deals in healthcare IT history, the Kansas City, Mo.-based Cerner Corporation is acquiring Siemens healthcare information technology business for $1.3 billion.

 The deal will make Cerner the top revenue-earning company among U.S. electronic health record (EHR) vendors. Cerner and Siemens AG agreed upon the deal that will combine R&D, knowledgeable resources, and complementary client bases. Specifically, Cerner says the combined company will have 20,000 associates in more than 30 countries, 18,000 client facilities, including some of the largest health care organizations in their respective countries, $650 million of annual R&D investment, and a projected $4.5 billion of annual revenue.

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