Category: Deals Roundup
Boston Scientific and Asahi Intecc join forces to develop and manufacture new and improved fractional flow reserve wires and give Boston Scientific's atherectomy wires a boost.
DexCom agrees to share more of its continuous glucose monitoring data with Insulet's wireless smartphone-based "Personal Diabetes Manager."
Healthcare-provider alliance SharedClarity signs some of medtech's biggest firms to land specialized pricing for peripheral stents.
Four of medtech's biggest firms agreed to offer peripheral stents at specialized prices to members of SharedClarity, an organization formed through the alliance of some of the country's largest health insurance and care providers.
Teleflex plans to offer its surgical devices at exclusive rates to Amerinet members in a new agreement between the healthcare companies.
Technology giant Teleflex (NYSE:TFX) announced this week that it signed a new agreement to provide its surgical devices at special rates to members of Amerinet.
Emergency medical teams will use Google Glass to broadcast live video from ambulances to care providers while en route to the hospital.
MASSDEVICE ON CALL — A pair of California healthcare companies are teaming up to outfit a suite of ambulances and mobile medical teams with Google Glass, allowing first responders to collaborate with hospitals while en route with emergency patients.
Mobile communications provider CrowdOptic teamed up with medical transport provider ProTransport-1 to deploy the Google Glass broadcasting solution, which the companies hope will improve patient care as well as benefit documentation systems.
Beckman Coulter picks up Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics' clinical microbiology business in a closed-doors deal.
Novartis' Alcon eye care partners with Google's X labs to develop and commercialize the glucose-measuring contact lenses.
Swiss eye care company Alcon has signed up to partner with Google (NSDQ:GOOG) to commercialize "smart" contact lenses that can measure blood glucose levels and transmit reports wirelessly.