TAMPA — Defunct health care IT company CareSync filed for an assignment for benefit of creditors Tuesday. The firm retained Development Specialists Inc. to handle the wind down, which will include liquidating CareSync's assets and paying creditors. This process typically takes anywhere from four to six months.
The Tampa-based company shut its doors in mid-June after failing to find a buyer, laying off 292 employees.
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Among the assets to be sold is CareSync's platform and intellectual property. Development Specialists, senior managing director Joseph Luzinski said, is working with legal counsel to ensure the medical records the company kept are dealt with according to federal standards. Luzinski said several companies have expressed interest in purchasing CareSync's assets.
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