Press Release January 07, 2021

PointClickCare Technologies Receives Minority Strategic Investment From Hellman & Friedman And Dragoneer Investment Group Following Acquisition Of Collective Medical

The Technology and Healthcare IT, Tech + Digital Health teams advised PointClickCare Technologies on a minority strategic investment from affiliates of Hellman & Friedman LLC, a new investor, and an increased investment from existing investor Dragoneer Investment Group. Goodwin also advised PointClickCare on its recent acquisition of Collective Medical and the related debt financing.

PointClickCare is a leader in cloud-based healthcare software for the long-term and post-acute care market.

H&F is a preeminent global private equity firm with a distinctive approach focused on investments in high-quality growth businesses.

Dragoneer is a long-term-oriented investment firm with an extensive track record of investing in leading growth companies.

H&F and Dragoneer will work with the PointClickCare leadership team to continue fueling growth and expanding the company’s product offerings.

Collective Medical is a leading real-time care notification, activation, and collaboration platform.

PointClickCare and Collective Medical will provide diverse care teams across the continuum of acute, ambulatory, and post-acute care with point-of-care access to deep, real-time patient insights at any stage of a patient’s healthcare journey, enabling better decision-making and improved clinical outcomes at lower cost.

The Goodwin team advising on the minority investments was led by Joe Theis, Cammy Contizano, Tim Hurley, Jordan Panter, Kelvin Lin, Taylor Harrison, and Christine Jeong, and included Karen Turk, Collette Goodman, Alex Denniston, Kieran Johal, Paul Jin, and Matthew Wheatley.

The Goodwin team counseling PointClickCare on the Collective Medical acquisition was led by Joe Theis, Tim Hurley, Kelvin Lin, and included Beth Withers, Steve Argentieri, Shira Borzak, Tina Zackary, Jackie Klosek, Karen Turk, Collette Goodman, Claire Oxford, Alex Denniston, Emily Hingston, Jennifer Fay, Christina Bitter, Paul Jin, Richard Matheny, Jake Osborn, Roger Cohen, Cecelia Lockner, and George Schneider, with invaluable assistance from Coleen Doyle and Janis Nici.

The Goodwin debt finance team handling the financing of the acquisition included Karim Popatia, Soo Jeong, and Larissa Baker.

For more details, read the press releases on the minority investments and acquisition.