Sunday, July 3, 2022

Health practice management software firm’s assets snapped up

ClearCourse Partnership LLP, a group of technology companies providing integrated software solutions, is to acquire the assets of Derbyshire-based PPM Software, a provider of health practice management software.

Founded in 1998, PPM has built a reputation as one of the UK’s leading software providers for medical practitioners operating in the private healthcare sector.

Its solution provides a single platform from which users can manage their practices, automating tasks and workflows such as patient bookings, automated reminders via text or email, and the production of clinic and theatre lists, allowing consultants to focus on delivering better patient care.

Its clients include healthcare providers including Nuffield Health, Spire Healthcare and BMI Healthcare.

Gerry Gualtieri, CEO of ClearCourse, said: “We are delighted to bring PPM Software into the ClearCourse group  of companies. The addition of its platform is an important step in the expansion of our healthcare offering and brings a new set of expertise and products to bolster our CRM capabilities in the sector. We see great potential for growth in  PPM and we’re very much looking forward to having them on board.”

Tom Hunt, MD of PPM Software, said: “This is an exciting step for PPM. ClearCourse has an impressive  reputation with a proven record of enabling growth. We see great opportunities to deliver our product to a broad range  of new customers as part of the Group, and it will allow us to capitalise on synergies with other complementary  businesses. I’m looking forward to seeing what the future holds for us as part of the Group.”

The financial terms of the deal are undisclosed.

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