WebPT, an outpatient physical rehabilitation SaaS platform for patient and practice management services, announces the acquisition of Clinicient and its subsidiary Keet.

The acquisition provides additional scale and industry expertise to fuel innovation from the combined companies to improve patient outcomes, enable digital transformation of the front office, and deliver actionable business intelligence. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Clinicient, headquartered in Portland, Oregon, provides technology and data solutions that enable providers to improve clinical outcomes and deliver and report on patient care experiences. Clinicient’s Insight and Insight Go platforms provide an integrated EMR, billing, and business intelligence solution to outpatient rehab therapy practices. Clinicient’s subsidiary, Keet, delivers on the promise of value-based care by providing an integrated patient and provider solution to track and benchmark patient outcomes.

“WebPT’s founding mission is to help rehab therapists achieve greatness in practice. To support this mission, we have expanded our offering over the last decade to include documentation, practice management, patient engagement, and billing services. This acquisition will provide additional scale to enable faster innovation and a larger platform to advocate more effectively for an industry we care deeply about. Together, we will extend our solutions to optimize patient outcomes, improve practice efficiency, and deliver actionable data and insights.”

— Ashley Glover, CEO of WebPT

WebPT will continue to support Clinicient’s platforms and customers as it works to integrate the companies’ operations. Combined, the two companies serve more than 27,000 clinics and 43 million patients, providing unprecedented scale in outpatient rehab therapy and a complete software platform for organizations of all sizes. Ashley Glover will be the CEO of the combined companies.

“We are extremely excited to join the WebPT family. The next decade of healthcare will be all about value-based care and how physical therapy can prove its worth. The joined companies bring tremendous scale—in products, technology, clinical experience, and advocacy—and put us in a better position to elevate the rehabilitation therapy profession.”

— T. Kent Rowe, current CEO of Clinicient

[Source(s): WebPT, PR Newswire]