Fujifilm Medical Systems USA Inc. has closed a deal for TeraMedica Inc., a health care information company.
TeraMedica, headquartered in Milwaukee, provides clinical archiving technology for the health care sector. The company is now known as Fujifilm TeraMedica Inc. The deal was announced May 13.
Tokyo-based Fujifilm provides diagnostic imaging products and medical information services to health care companies. The company’s products include digital x-ray systems, cardiovascular products and women’s health imaging systems.
Fujifilm Holdings, the parent to Fujifilm Medical, made a $307 million deal to buy Cellular Dynamics International Inc. (Nasdaq: ICEL) in March.
Buyer interest in various forms of health care technology is spurred by the Affordable Care Act, which has brought more patients into the U.S. health system. Technology is one way providers can pare down costs. For more, see 5 Technologies That Drove Health Care M&A in 2014.
Other recent health care technology deals have come from IMS Health (NYSE: IMS), which agreed to buy analytics provider Dataline Software in May, and KPMG LLP, which picked up health care consultant Beacon Partners Inc. in April.