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Mergers and Acquisitions 2023
Vendors Learning to Mitigate Negative Impact

author - Justin Long
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Justin Long
author - Sam Eaquinto
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Sam Eaquinto
 
January 17, 2023 | Read Time: 19  minutes

Since KLAS’ last report on M&A activity, there have been several notable vendor mergers and acquisitions affecting the healthcare IT landscape, and many healthcare organizations have needed to navigate the resulting disruptions. This report provides an update on how customer satisfaction has been affected by recent M&A activity and what makes vendors more or less resilient during this type of change. This report includes 26 solutions from 20 different vendors, all of which have been affected by a merger or acquisition in the last few years.

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Key Findings:

  1. Post-M&A Disruption Has Decreased Thanks to Proactive Vendor Engagement & Communication
  2. Strong Relationships & Culture Drive Satisfaction; When M&A Goes Poorly, Loyalty Is Undermined
  3. Higher-Revenue Vendors at Increased Risk for Post-M&A Performance Decline
author - Amanda Wind Smith
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author - Bronson Allgood
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author - Andrew Wright
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