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Health care learning and research firm HealthStream is looking to put to work the excess cash on its balance sheet. The Nashville based company — which yesterday reported a 17 percent jump in revenue — has engaged an investment banker to help it build a pipeline of acquisition opportunities, CEO Bobby Frist said on the company's earnings call this morning.
"While the cash is accumulating, we’re looking at investing it wisely in new prod development, sales organization growth and trying to develop a pipeline of M&A activity, so we’ll report on those things as they develop," Frist said.At the end of December, HealthStream (Ticker: HSTM) had $23.6 million in cash and investments on its balance sheet, as well as a $15 million untapped line of credit.
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