Kepro enters definitive agreement to acquire eQHealth Solutions

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Kepro announces definitive agreement with eQHealth Solutions to strengthen its population health management and technology solutions. The acquisition would enhance Kepro’s ability to partner with government and commercial clients to improve healthcare quality, maximize efficiency and effectively leverage technology and analytics


Kepro, a provider of technology-enabled services for priority and vulnerable populations, has entered a definitive agreement with eQHealth Solutions to acquire the company for expanding Kepro’s population health management and technology solutions portfolio, a press release from Kepro said.

eQHelath Solutions aspires to improve healthcare quality by reducing costs via innovative technology, population health management solutions and medical management services. Its offerings include a SaaS service called eQSuite coupled with a community-based services solution, eQCare.

Susan Weaver, president and chief executive officer of Kepro, stated that extending care for priority populations forms the core of Kepro’s work and added,

“The acquisition of eQHealth Solutions will enhance our ability to partner with government and commercial clients to improve healthcare quality, maximize efficiency and better leverage technology and analytics. I am excited about bringing the combined capabilities of Kepro and eQHealth to our clients.”

Glen J. Golemi, president and chief executive officer of eQHealth Solutions, stated that eQHealth found the right partner in Kepro to advance to the next step of its journey. He stressed that Kepro shares eQHelath’s values and comes with deep expertise and commitment to services for its clients.

Kepro’s services extend to over 300 clients, including federal, state and local governments. The company has over 20 offices with more than 1400 workers across the US. 

Andrew Cavanna, chairman of Kepro and partner at Apax Partners, stated that Kepro would continue expanding its suite of technology solutions and tech-enabled services to better serve government-funded health programs.

“Susan Weaver has deepened Kepro’s capabilities by investing in people, tech and now a third acquisition. We are proud to support Susan’s vision for Kepro as it improves access to care and better manages healthcare for priority populations,” Susan said.

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