Marquette Buy Makes GE Medical A "One-Stop Shop" For Cardiology
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
GE Medical Systems' $808 mil. acquisition of Marquette Medical Systems, announced Sept. 21, rounds out the company's cardiology offerings as it moves to become a sole-source provider of imaging, monitoring, and diagnostic cardiology products.
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