Rhapsody owner to merge with EMPI specialist NextGate

Lyniate, the newly named US owner of the Rhapsody integration engine first developed by Auckland firm Orion Health, has entered into a merger agreement with NextGate, which markets identity resolution and enterprise master person index systems widely used in Australia and New Zealand.

Orion Health was forced to sell its crown jewel in Rhapsody in 2018 when it delisted from the Australian stock exchange. Rhapsody was sold to British private investment firm Hg that year, and in 2019 was merged with American healthcare integration company Corepoint Health, later renamed as Lyniate.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: Orion Health, Rhapsody, NextGate, Lyniate

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0 # Stephen Stoyan 2022-03-18 10:22
Hi Kate,
I'm not sure if Rhapsody was our crown jewel...maybe in Australia but not globally. We sold of Rhapsody to pivot to a Population Health company, not remain as a Healthtech company. Our two most recent global partnerships are with the Province of Ontario, Canada for a Digital Front Door and Healthcare Navigation strategy supporting 15m consumers; and a Health Information Exchange for Saudi Arabia supporting a population of 35m. Interoperabilit y is a commodity...
+5 # Kate McDonald 2022-03-18 10:53
$205m is not exactly costume jewellery, Stephen.

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