Healthcare IT News February 23, 2022
Kat Jercich

CEO Dan Burton said that the data and analytics company looks forward “to welcoming every current KPI Ninja team member.”

Health Catalyst, a Utah-based healthcare data and analytics company, announced this week that it intends to acquire the interoperability and population health vendor KPI Ninja.  

The deal, said the companies in a statement, is intended to increase speed and cost efficiency for customers seeking data-driven insights.  

“Both Health Catalyst and KPI Ninja share a common vision of advancing health care through arming health with data-driven insights,” said Vineeth Yeddula, CEO of KPI Ninja, in a statement.  

“By combining our technologies, we make a giant step toward advancing our shared vision,” Yeddula said.  

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