Press Release

PatientPop to Combine With Kareo to Form Tebra

Merger will create all-in-one healthcare practice success platform to help independent practitioners thrive
November 11, 2021

Los Angeles – November 11, 2021 – Cooley advised PatientPop, a medical practice growth technology platform, on its agreement to merge with cloud-based clinical and financial software company Kareo to form Tebra. Lawyers Nick Hobson, David Silverman, Steven Dunst and Izzy Lubarsky led the Cooley team advising PatientPop.

Tebra will combine leading technologies from both companies, which currently support more than 100,000 healthcare providers, to deliver an all-in-one platform built to drive practice success and modernize every step of the patient journey. PatientPop and Kareo will continue to operate under their respective brands for now, allowing joint customers to use both together via a deep, seamless product integration. The companies also remain committed to supporting and expanding integrations with electronic health record and practice management partners and other third-party healthcare technology products.

“PatientPop helps doctors attract more patients, manage their reputation, and grow their business,” Luke Kervin, co-CEO and co-founder of PatientPop, said in a news release. “But the one thing our customers have been asking for over the years is a deeper integration with their clinical and financial system of record. Now with Kareo we can finally bring to the market the all-in-one platform our practices have been demanding.”

PatientPop is an industry leader in healthcare practice growth technology with a platform that helps thousands of providers promote their practice, and attract, acquire and retain patients, for a thriving business. The integrated platform eases and enhances the patient journey from start to finish, with a streamlined digital workflow that significantly reduces work for providers and staff.

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