The Technology team advised PointClickCare Corp. on its acquisition of Patient Pattern. The combination of PointClickCare and Patient Pattern will further the companies’ shared vision of enabling better care and outcomes for high-needs populations and provide care teams with the solutions they need to successfully operate at the top of their license.
PCC is the leading healthcare technology platform enabling meaningful collaboration and access to real-time insights at any stage of a patient’s healthcare journey. PCC’s single platform spans the care continuum, fostering proactive, holistic decision-making and improved outcomes for all. Over 22,000 long-term post-acute care providers and 1,600 hospitals use PCC today, enabling care collaboration and value-based care delivery for millions of lives across North America.
Patient Pattern is a healthcare technology platform whose software improves patient outcomes by helping healthcare professionals to identify and communicate patient risk across care settings. Founded in 2013, Patient Pattern's products include Care Coach and PDPM Coach.
The Goodwin team was led by Joseph Theis, Robert Dzialo, Isaac Wall, Wen Zhao and Katie Jones, with invaluable assistance from Brian Mulhall (Corporate); Alexandra Denniston and Chris Jones (Benefits); Amy Josselyn and Ce Li (CFIUS); Roger Cohen and Heath Ingram (Healthcare Regulatory); Bethany P. Withers and Zachary Feldman (Intellectual Property); Jennifer Fay and Ana Alvarado (Labor & Employment); Jacqueline Klosek (Privacy & Data Security); Janet Andolina and Nicole Spiteri Brock (Tax); and Jacob Osborn (Trade), with invaluable assistance from Megan Meyer.
For additional details on the acquisition, please read the press release.