Best Health Care Deal

Buyer: Science Applications International Corp.
Seller/Target: maxIT
Value: $493 million
Closing date: Aug. 13
Why: SAIC has long had a focus on health and sciences, and with maxIT, it builds on a 2011 acquisition and adds more capabilities in health IT consulting, including strategic planning, electronic health records and management consulting. The ultimate goal is to combine the work SAIC has done on the clinical data side of health IT with the provider side of the equation to bring more personalized medicine and what the company calls value-based health care.
Bankers/Advisors: Houlihan Lokey

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