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Health care IT firm expands with acquisition of Texas company

Tampa-based DAS Health Ventures Inc. adds Randall Technology Services’ products to its offerings.

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File. DAS Health President and CEO David Schlaifer.
File. DAS Health President and CEO David Schlaifer.
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TAMPA — DAS Health Ventures Inc., a Tampa-based provider of IT and management services for the health care industry, has acquired Randall Technology Services LLC, headquartered in Amarillo, Texas, whose products include Allscripts, an electronic health records (EHR) solution. 

According to a press release, the acquisition significantly strengthens DAS Health Ventures’ position in the U.S. health care technology space. The company, which, in addition to Florida and now Texas, also has offices in Nevada and New Hampshire, serves more than 3,500 clinicians and 20,000 users nationwide. 

“We are continuously growing and working towards providing additional benefits for new and existing clients,” DAS Health President and CEO David Schlaifer states in the release. “We are excited to bring our additional suite of services to the RandallTech clients, and to bring the RandallTech solutions and team members into the DAS family, as we continue to strengthen our existing presence.”

Terms of the deal, including acquisition cost, were not disclosed in the release. 

“We are thrilled to be joining the DAS Health family. This acquisition will provide new levels of support for our clients,” Randall Technology Services owner Randy Whipple states in the release. “I am confident that our clients and employees will have nothing but continuing success with DAS."


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