The Technology M&A team advised Datavant on its definitive agreement to merge with CIOX Health in a transaction valued at $7.0 billion.
Datavant is a leader in helping healthcare organizations securely connect their data.
CIOX Health is leader in clinical data exchange.
The combined entity, to be named Datavant, will be the nation’s largest health data ecosystem, enabling patients, providers, payers, health data analytics companies, patient-facing applications, government agencies, and life science companies to securely exchange their patient-level data.
The Goodwin team was led by Alessandra Simons, Jean Lee, John Corrigan, Rachel Totten, and Julia Chang (M&A); and included Jon Novotny (corporate); Kelsey Lemaster and Kyle Pine (Tax); Andy Barton, Cisco Palao-Ricketts, Jeremy Slotnick, Regina Couto, and Michael Whittington (ERISA & Executive Compensation);Paul Jin and Ortal Ben Aharon (Antitrust); James Riley, Kevin Liu, and Zachary Feldman (Intellectual Property); Jacob Osborn, Amy Josselyn, and Axel Urie (Global Trade); Jacqueline Klosek and Alex Intile (Data, Privacy & Cybersecurity); Koray Bulut and Seth Burns (Employment); and Kris Ring and Edward Amer (Debt & Equity Finance).
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