G+T is pleased to have advised breakthrough healthcare AI company, harrison.ai, on its new joint venture with Sonic Healthcare, one of the world’s largest medical diagnostics providers, to establish and commercialise clinical AI solutions in pathology. The joint venture will leverage harrison.ai’s extensive healthcare AI expertise and Sonic’s deep clinical experience to produce new AI applications targeted at improving the efficiency and accuracy of pathology diagnosis.
G+T’s deal team was led by Corporate Advisory partner Hiroshi Narushima with assistance from lawyers Jamie Pounch and Amelia Nichols. Technology + Digital partner Tim Gole and senior lawyer Stephanie Essey advised on intellectual property and data-related aspects of the transaction.
Hiroshi said “There’s a lot of energy and excitement working with a fast-growing company on a mission to create world-class AI-powered solutions for the healthcare sector. It’s a privilege to be working with the Harrison.ai team and we’re looking forward to many successes along the way”.
Gilbert + Tobin’s Corporate Advisory and Technology + Digital teams have advised on many of Australia’s largest and most innovative transactions in the healthcare sector, including recently advising Little Company of Mary Health Care on its acquisition of Japara Healthcare, Medical Specialists and Management shareholders on EQT’s acquisition of Icon Group, TPG Capital on the sell-down of a stake in Novotech Health Holdings, and Crescent Capital Partners on the sale of 49% of Myhealth Medical Holding.