Ropes & Gray Represents Thomas H. Lee Partners in its Acquisition of Intelligent Medical Objects
Ropes & Gray represented Thomas H. Lee Partners in its acquisition of Intelligent Medical Objects, a healthcare data enablement provider, from Warburg Pincus. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. The announcement was made on March 31 in a press release.
Intelligent Medical Objects, founded in 1994, ensures clinical data integrity and quality, making patient information fit-for-purpose across the healthcare ecosystem. Thomas H. Lee Partners is a premier private equity firm investing in middle-market growth companies. Since 1974, THL has raised more than $30 billion of equity capital, invested in over 160 companies and completed more than 500 add-on acquisitions.
The team that represented Thomas H. Lee Partners was led by private equity partner Bill Mone (Boston), and included private equity associate Jessica Cooney (New York), health care partners David Peloquin and Christina Bergeron (both of Boston), IP transactions partner Violetta Kokolus (New York), data, privacy & cybersecurity counsel Kevin Angle and benefits partner Kyle Higley (both of Boston).