Medtronic Takes Next Step As Heart-Failure Service Provider
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The firm signaled its plan three years ago to transform itself into more of a services partner for hospitals than a product supplier. It took the latest step in that direction with the launch of service for heart-failure management, combing data from its cardiac rhythm management devices and its remote-monitoring offerings.
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