PKS rebrands as Beamtree, buys AI start-up Ainsoff and data analytics firm Potential(x)

The clinical data analytics company formed last year through the merger of health software vendors Pacific Knowledge Systems (PKS) and Pavilion Health has rebranded as Beamtree Holdings, with the ASX-listed company recently buying two smaller companies to form what it says is one of the largest health analytics and decision support platforms in Australia.

Beamtree last week purchased Sydney-headquartered real-time data analytics start-up Ainsoff for $1 million, and announced yesterday it had snapped up Potential(x), best known for operating The Health Roundtable benchmarking and hospital improvement cooperative, for shares and $4 million in cash.

The combined entity now boasts a large suite of products and platforms including automated clinical record coding and classification services, real-time data analytic and benchmarking applications, and AI-based clinical decision support that aims to automate clinical expertise to minimise data errors.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Pavilion Health, PKS, Beamtree

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