Category: Deals Roundup
California-based CareFusion plans to dole out $100 million for a 40% stake in Israeli infusion pump maker Caesarea Medical Electronics.
CareFusion (NYSE:CFN) announced today that it invested $100 million into Israel-based Caesarea Medical Electronics, taking a 40% stake in the infusion pump company.
All 6 John Hopkins Health System hospitals will use Premier's suite of integrated supply chain services.
John Hopkins Health System said it is expanding its relationship with group purchasing organization Premier Inc. (NSDQ:PINC), to include all 6 hospitals within its network.
Premier penned new deals with 7 healthcare providers and ICU Medical, and HealthTrust and Interrad Medical agreed to do business.
Premier Inc. (NSDQ:PINC) announced this week that it added 7 healthcare providers to its bundled payment collaborative. The deal adds healthcare providers in California, Ohio and Virginia.
C.R. Bard continues to provide medical and surgical supplies to the U.S. Defense Dept. with a $46.3 million extension to its multi-year contract.
Medical device giant C.R. Bard (NYSE:BCR) landed a new $46.3 million contract with the U.S. Defense Dept., extending for a 2nd year a deal to provide the agency with medical supplies.
Ziehm Imaging continues its work with the U.S. Defense Dept. after picking up a $22.2 million contract for radiology equipment.
The U.S. Defense Dept. extended its deal with Ziehm Imaging for a 3rd year, according to an agency memo.
The $22.2 million contract extension for the Orlando, Fla.-based company includes radiology systems, subsystems, and components for the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and federal civilian agencies, the DoD said.
Amedica and Kyocera plan to manufacture Amedica's silicon nitride biomaterial at a Washington state facility.
Amedica Corp. entered into an agreement with Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corp. to manufacture Amedica's silicon nitride biomaterial at Kyocera's Vancouver, Wash., facility.
The FDA-cleared silicon nitride has the potential to promote bone growth defend against infection. Devices made from silicon nitride are semi-radiolucent with clearly visible boundaries, enabling an exact view of intra-operative placement and postoperative fusion assessment via common imaging modalities, according to a press release.
Pentax Medical agrees to commercialize Smart's G-Eye endoscope in Europe, the Middle-East and Africa.
Under the terms of a new agreement Pentax Medical plans to commercialize its G-Eye endoscope in Europe, the Middle-East and Africa.
The endoscope utilizes Smart's G-Eye balloon and the HD+ PENTAX Medical colonoscope in order to "centralize the image in the colon lumen and flattens colon folds, thereby providing enhanced visualization of the colon and enabling an increase in polyp detection," according to a press release.