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Holly Buckley is the Chair of the firm’s Healthcare Department, one of the largest healthcare practices in the United States. A partner in the Chicago office, Holly focuses on corporate healthcare transactional work and regulatory matters. She primarily counsels private equity funds and healthcare clients, including hospitals and health systems, medical practices and physician-owned hospitals, and ambulatory surgery centers, on a variety of matters, including structuring transactions, regulatory due diligence, affiliation agreements and compliance matters.

H.I.G. Capital has announced it has completed a growth investment in Enseo.

Enseo, based in Plano, Texas, is a provider of customer experience management technology. The company is best known for delivering in guest-room entertainment in hotels. The growth investment will be used to help the company expand into healthcare and other vertical markets.

Northlane Capital Partners (NCP) has announced it has invested in EBS d/b/a The Difference Card.

The Difference Card, based in White Plains, N.Y., is a provider of healthcare cost containment solutions. Founded in 2001, the company generally targets small and mid-sized businesses and serves nearly 800 U.S. employers.

NCP, based in Bethesda, Md.,

Grant Avenue Capital has announced it acquired a majority interest in QHR Health from Quorum Health Corp.

QHR Health, based in Brentwood, Tenn., provides solutions to independent hospitals and health systems. Founded in 1977, these solutions and services include management advisory services, revenue cycle management, supply chain optimization, outsourced IT services and strategic consulting.

The Vistria Group has announced the recapitalization and a growth investment in Medalogix and Muse Healthcare.

Medalogix, based in Nashville, Tenn., is a data science company focused exclusively on home health and hospice.

Muse Healthcare, based in Shoreview, Minn., is a data science company that provides analytics designed to support hospice patient transitions.

BlackRock Long Term Private Capital (LTPC) has acquired a majority interest in Transaction Data Systems from GTCR, according to a news release.

Transaction Data Systems, based in Earth City, Mo., is a provider of pharmacy software solutions and services. These include Rx30, Computer-Rx, Enhanced Medication Services and Pharm Assess.

BlackRock LTPC, which has

Partners Group has announced it will acquire Axia Women’s Health from Audax Private Equity.

Axia, based in Vorhees, N.J., is a national women’s healthcare provider. The company provides a platform of non-clinical business and administrative support services to a network of physician practices across the United States. Axia states it has partnered with more

KKR has announced it has agreed to acquire a majority interest in Therapy Brands.

Therapy Brands, headquartered in Birmingham, Ala., is a practice management and electronic health record software platform for mental, behavioral, substance use recovery, applied behavior analysis and physical rehabilitation healthcare providers. Founded in 2013, the company supports more than 28,000 practices