DICORP Announces Sale of its Digital Innovation Trauma Registry business to ESO and Establishes an On-going Technology Collaboration with ESO.

DICORP Announces Sale of its Digital Innovation Trauma Registry business to ESO and Establishes an On-going Technology Collaboration with ESO.

Deal enables data integration and data sharing to become the pathway for system interoperability between EMS and Trauma to fuel the Zero Preventable Death Initiative.

Forest Hill, Maryland, December 10, 2019

DICORP, Inc. announces the acquisition of its Digital Innovation (DI) Trauma Registry business by ESO. ESO is the leading data and software company serving emergency medical services (EMS), fire departments and hospitals; this acquisition allows ESO to offer additional integration and data linkage between pre-hospital, trauma and electronic medical record (EMR) data systems.

DICORP will continue to be owned and operated by founder John F. Kutcher, PhD., The company has established an on-going technology collaboration agreement with ESO to support the successful transition and integration of the DI trauma registry products. Additionally, DICORP will be providing on-going application maintenance and technology updates to existing trauma registry products for ESO.

“This transaction allows DICORP to help drive continuing innovation in the trauma registry industry that we have served for over 30 years, while allowing customers of the DI products to enjoy a broader array of EMS and EMR integration opportunities,” said Dr. Kutcher.

ESO has also announced the acquisition of trauma registry providers Clinical Data Management and Lancet Technology.

“We are excited about this acquisition and partnership, in addition to our acquisitions of Clinical Data Management and Lancet Technology,” said Chris Dillie, President and CEO of ESO. “Our mission is to improve community health and safety through the power of data. We realize what a game changer it will be to leverage our comprehensive data set to look critically at time-sensitive emergencies from dispatch to hospital disposition. The collaborative communication between hospital and EMS is essential for improved patient care, and we will now be able to automate the flow of data from EMS into hospital registries.”

The transaction, closed November 30, 2019, was designed to provide full continuity of products, staff, and operations.

“This integration allows for the immediate realization of technical solutions that can facilitate outcomes evaluation and risk adjusted benchmarking for every provider that cares for the injured patient through the entire continuum of care,” said Kutcher. “In ESO, we have found a company that shares our passion and recognizes the importance for interoperability to help improve patient outcomes and save lives”.

One of the initial DICORP initiatives will be to work with ESO/DI to develop technical integrations between ESO’s Health Data Exchange (HDE) and DI’s Windows and web- based product lines.

Details of the transaction were not disclosed.


DICORP, headquartered in Forest Hill, MD has a 30-year track record in developing technology for healthcare, legal, and financial applications. DICORP also provides management and technology for its portfolio companies assisting in their efficient operation, and their continued innovation and growth to make meaningful impacts in the industries they serve.

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