Category: Deals Roundup
Medtech titan Boston Scientific plans to sell a slew of its products in Israel through a partnership with distributor Amos Gazit Ltd and marketing group Medison.
Massachusetts medical device maker Boston Scientific (NYSE:BSX) has a new partner in Israel, agreeing to supply a slate of its products through local distributor Amos Gazit Ltd
Hologic, GE Datex and PositiveID secure a collective $99.6 million in Pentagon contracts for radiology devices, patient monitoring and biological threat detection.
The U.S. Dept. of Defense handed out $99.6 million in contracts to a trio of device makers, providing for radiology systems, patient monitoring and airborne bio-threat detection for a variety of military and civilian agencies.
Medical device makers Zimmer, Draeger Medical and Altitude Technologies collect Dept. of Defense contracts worth a collective $234.3 million.
A trio of medical device makers collected Pentagon supply deals worth a collective $234.3 million, according to recent Defense Dept. reports.
Utah-based Megadyne Medical Parts adds Ethicon's ENDOPATH Electrosurgery Probe Plus II Monopolar Electrosurgery products to its portfolio.
Ethicon U.S. extended its partnership with Megadyne Medical Parts to include new electrosurgical products, according to a press announcement.
Medtronic's alliance with insurance giant Aetna brings the medtech titan closer to the clinic through initiatives to target Type II diabetes patients with insulin pump therapy programs.
Hospital system and insurance provider alliance SharedClarity awards its 1st purchasing contracts to Medtronic and Abbott for bare metal and drug-eluting stents.
RTI Surgical subsidiary Pioneer Surgical Technology renews a supply deal with Zimmer's trauma division.