DXC sells healthcare software business to European clinical IT firm Dedalus

DXC Technology has sold its healthcare IT business to European healthcare and diagnostic software company Dedalus Group for $US525 million in cash.

DXC's software is used in the majority of Australian and New Zealand public hospitals through its patient administration, electronic medication management, clinical documentation and pharmacy systems. The healthcare business was previously part of CSC, and before that iSOFT and IBA Health.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: CSC, DXC Technology, iSoft, Dedalus


+1 # Paul Venables 2020-07-22 16:54
This should turn out to be a good move as DXC have always struggled to successfully operate software businesses.

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