San Diego-based ResMed said the acquisition is aimed at extending its decade-old footprint in South Korea to “millions more patients through HBH and its wider network of trusted distributor partners.”
“ResMed has reaffirmed its leading role in Korea’s CPAP and respiratory care market, and commitment to improving millions of Koreans’ breathing and quality of life,” Resmed Korea sales & marketing director Kim Ho Kyun said in prepared remarks. “With HBH and our valued distribution partners in Korea, ResMed can maximize the number of people who can enjoy the benefits of life-changing cloud-connected sleep and respiratory therapy.”
“We’re excited to join the ResMed family and, together, help provide life-changing, cloud-connectable devices to millions of Koreans living with sleep apnea, COPD and other chronic diseases,” added HB Healthcare patient management director Hong Seung Chul.
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