CareDx, Inc. (Nasdaq: CDNA), a main exactness medicine organization zeroed in on the disclosure, improvement, and commercialization of clinically separated, high-esteem medical care answers for relocate patients and parental figures, today reported it has consented to procure TransChart LLC, an Ohio-based supplier of electronic wellbeing record programming supporting the requirements of US relocate focuses. The exchange is relied upon to shut in January 2021.
TransChart gives electronic clinical record programming to clinics all through the United States to really focus on patients who have or may require an organ relocate. TransChart expands on the CareDx computerized contributions, which incorporate Ottr relocate electronic clinical record programming and XynQAPI relocate quality administration arrangements. This securing will extend CareDx's EMR inclusion to more than 90 focuses altogether.
“CareDx and TransChart are aligned in our dedication to improve outcomes for transplant patients through data-driven solutions,” said Reg Seeto, CEO of CareDx. “The addition of TransChart into our existing suite of transplant electronic medical record solutions will allow CareDx to better serve additional transplant centers.”
“CareDx is a perfect fit for our organization. Together we will make a major difference, not only in individual centers but to individual transplant patients,” said Martha Collins, President of TransChart.
CareDx, Inc., headquartered in South San Francisco, California, is a leading precision medicine solutions company focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of clinically differentiated, high-value healthcare solutions for transplant patients and caregivers.
TransChart headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, supports the needs of transplant centers across the country. TransChart offers support for the transplant of kidney, heart, lung, liver, pancreas (Islet Cell), and small bowel. Designed by clinicians affiliated with The Ohio State University, TransChart’s solutions support the entire team of physicians, nurses, administrators and social workers.