Huron Consulting buys Madison firm

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Huron Consulting Group Inc. is buying a Wisconsin firm to expand its healthcare information business.

Chicago-based Huron said Thursday it is acquiring Madison-based Vonlay LLC, which specializes in electronic health records systems. Financial terms of the deal weren’t released.

“The addition of Vonlay introduces a new set of capabilities for Huron Healthcare to deliver value to hospital, health system and physician group clients,” said James H. Roth, president and CEO of Huron Consulting.

About 130 Vonlay employees will join Huron Healthcare when the deal is completed, which the companies expect to happen in May.

The Huron Healthcare segment accounts for more than 50 percent of Huron’s overall revenue.

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