Practice Fusion, a 12-year-old, San Francisco-based start-up backed by the likes of Peter Thiel’s Founders Fund, was written about several years ago as a company on the brink of going public. In 2015, JPMorgan, working with Practice Fusion, estimated that the company could be assigned a valuation of around $1.5 billion if it went public in 2016, a figure based off estimated revenue of… Read More on Tech Crunch
Practice Fusion, once poised for a blockbuster IPO, sells at a loss to Allscripts
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