Subscribe to Vendors

Vendors

CPAP manufacturers go small to go big

ResMed, Philips seek to unlock ‘pent-up demand’ for travel devices
 - 
05/05/2017

SAN DIEGO and AMSTERDAM – By launching travel CPAPs within weeks of each other in April, the two biggest names in sleep therapy, ResMed and Royal Philips, have started a race to grow a market for the devices.

Moneyline: Two big deals, one week

Owens & Minor buys Byram; NDC buys Dedicated Distribution
 - 
05/05/2017

RICHMOND, Va. – Owens & Minor, a global healthcare services company providing supply chain services to healthcare providers and manufacturers, has agreed to pay about $380 million for Byram Healthcare, it announced May 2.

ResMed highlights Brightree’s contribution, mask growth in Q3

 - 
04/28/2017

SAN DIEGO – It was Brightree that pushed ResMed into double-digit increases for revenues in the third quarter of fiscal year 2017.

Invacare clear for re-inspection

 - 
04/28/2017

ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare has completed the final milestones required to lift a consent decree with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, paving the way for a re-inspection, the company announced April 27.

BD accelerates offerings with Bard

 - 
04/25/2017

FRANKLIN LAKES, N.J., and MURRAY HILL, N.J. – Becton, Dickinson and Company will buy C. R. Bard for $24 billion, the companies announced April 23.

Connected health care: 'Now is the right time'

 - 
04/24/2017

While monitoring has become ubiquitous in the sleep therapy market, where insurers require proof of compliance for continued reimbursement, the oxygen therapy market has been slower on the uptake.

Reporter's notebook: Vendors to HME providers: 'It's on us to share what works'

 - 
04/24/2017

YARMOUTH, Maine – When ResMed launched a campaign to thank HME providers for their years of partnership and to affirm the company’s commitment to helping them navigate the changing landscape, it became one of an increasing number of vendors that is realizing and recognizi

Oris acts as enforcer

 - 
04/24/2017

Patrolling and enforcing prices online is an around-the-clock job, says Pam Springer, CEO of Oris Intelligence, a company that helps manufacturers enforce their minimum advertised pricing (MAP) programs.

Update at Invacare: FDA moves on

 - 
04/21/2017

ELYRIA, Ohio – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will now pick back up on a third and final certification report submitted by Invacare’s third-party auditor.

Cardinal Health expands scope in home health care

 - 
04/19/2017

DUBLIN, Ohio – Cardinal Health has entered into a definitive agreement to buy the patient care, deep vein thrombosis and nutritional inefficiency business of Medtronic for $6.1 billion in cash.

Pages