Azalea Health Expands Digital Capabilities With LeonardoMD Acquisition

With all of the intricately linked aspects of the health care system, it's safe to say that the software used by any medical-related staff is likely to be just as sophisticated.

Integrated cloud-based health care solutions and services company Azalea Health moved its offerings ball significantly with the announcement of its acquisition of practice management and electronic health records provider LeonardoMD. In an effort to expand its capabilities in the cloud-based health IT and medical billion solutions arena, Azalea Health's newly added tech solutions now provide an extended scope of servicing its United States customers.

One of the top focus areas of most any health care organization is a heightened focus on patient care. With enhanced offerings like this acquisition, Azalea Health is helping push the boundaries for what's possible for true patient engagement.

Azalea Health's founder and CEO, Baha Zeidan, shared thoughts on this deal in the company's release. He said, "We're truly excited about bringing these two organizations together. LeonardoMD has built a tremendous reputation for service, and it shows in the long tenure of both their client and employee relationships, something that we look forward to continuing to expand and improve upon. Together we'll bring incredibly meaningful products and services to our clients that will help them better run their businesses and deliver excellent patient care."



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