The firm has beaten off private equity competition from Carlyle and TPG but is unsure of a deal given the high premium Allscripts is asking for, according to Reuters.
All three firms tabled second-round bids for the company in mid-November.
Allscripts’ shares fell 11 percent to $11.05 on the Nasdaq on Friday, down on the $10.88 close on September 27 – the day before news of a potential sale emerged, the report said.
First round bids were made in early October, with interest at that point also coming from Silver Lake Management.
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