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MIACH Orthopedics Score NFLPA Investment For ACL Repair Tech

MIACH Orthopedics, has secured $22.5m from investors including the NFL Players Association to continue US clinical trials for its Bridge-Enhanced ACL Repair (BEAR) technology.

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Medtech Money Flow: M&A And VC Deals, Sept. 17 - 23, 2018

Find out where the medtech money is flowing in our weekly roundup. Among other deals, Medtronic makes a mammoth acquisition to buy the remaining shares of Israeli surgical robotics firm Mazor Robotics and Israeli company MeMed secures $70m to advance its point-of-care immune system diagnostic for distinguishing between bacterial and viral infections.
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Medtronic Buys Mazor Robotics For $1.3Bn

Medtronic is straightening up as a market leader in spinal surgery after agreeing to buy the shares of Mazor Robotics that it does not already own. The $1.3bn deal builds on an existing agreement between the companies formed in May 2016 and strengthens Medtronic as the front runner in the spine robotics field.

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QUOTED. Sept. 19, 2018. Martha Murray.

An anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) repair technology developed by MIACH Orthopedics has secured backing from investors, including the union for National Football League players, in a new round of financing. See what MIACH founder Martha Murray said about it here.

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Medtech Money Flow: M&A And VC Deals, Sept. 17 - 23, 2018

Find out where the medtech money is flowing in our weekly roundup. Among other deals, Medtronic makes a mammoth acquisition to buy the remaining shares of Israeli surgical robotics firm Mazor Robotics and Israeli company MeMed secures $70m to advance its point-of-care immune system diagnostic for distinguishing between bacterial and viral infections.
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The Medtech Conference: Industry Is Falling Short In Digital Investments

Industry fundamentals to date suggest the device sector as a whole should be doing more to go all-in on digital and data analytics. That's the takeaway from EY's annual "Pulse of the Industry" report for the medtech space.

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Medtech Money Flow: M&A And VC Deals, Sept. 10-16, 2018

Where is the money flowing in medtech? Find out in this edition of Medtech Money Flow, which rounds up the M&A and venture financing deals, as recorded in our M&A and VC Deal Trackers, between Sept. 10-16, 2018.

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QUOTED. Sept. 24, 2018. Joe Grogan.

The Trump administration is prioritizing reforms to improve the reimbursement process for medical devices, and it is willing to spend money to do it. That's according to Joe Grogan, the health program associate director for the White House Office of Management and Budget. See what he said about it here.

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'The Sky's The Limit' When It Comes To Device Reimbursement Reforms, White House Official Says

The top health official at the White House Office of Management and Budget says the Trump administration is committed to clearing barriers that stand in the way of reimbursement for new medical technology. “We’re doing a lot of work on medical device stuff that nobody knows about, trying to figure out how America can maintain our dominance," Joe Grogan said Sept. 20.

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US House Passes Medicare Local Coverage Bill

Proposed legislation to make local coverage determinations by Medicare contractors more transparent and inclusive of industry input has been advanced by the US House and now goes to the Senate.

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Market Intel: Innovation Drives Growth, Draws Younger Patients In Joint Replacement Implants Market

The worldwide joint-replacement implants market is expected to hit $20bn by 2022, according to a new report from Meddevicetracker. The growth is driven by the rising number of elderly patients, whose natural joints have been damaged by arthritis, and the rising prevalence of chronic diseases, such as obesity and diabetes, and sport-related injuries. But a look at the market and the three largest segments  shoulder, knee and hip replacements  show that new technological advancements and improved surgical techniques are increasingly making joint replacement surgeries an option for younger people as well. Here's an overview and key insights from two orthopedic surgeons on the current market and key growth drivers and limiters.

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Market Intel: Robotic Pills And The Future Of Painless Drug Delivery

Robotic pill technology, which is already being used for diagnostic purposes, will likely be embraced for the oral delivery of biologic drugs as well. Biologic therapies currently require injections in most cases, but some are exploring specialized robotic pills as a pain-free approach that could increase convenience and compliance, and thus efficacy, of medicines. Several established companies and research centers are working on both diagnostic and biologic therapeutic applications of pill-based technologies.

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QUOTED. Aug. 22, 2018. Gary Altman.

Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Provista Diagnostics is looking at breast cancer with a focus on early detection. The manufacturer's Videssa assay aims to rule out breast cancer in women with both dense and non-dense breast tissue, and the firm is providing guidance to physicians in cases where imaging modalities are inconclusive. See what Provista CEO Gary Altman said about it here.

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Execs On The Move: New Insulet CEO, And Financial Leadership Changes at Allurion, Lumicell and QuantuMDx

A trio of new chief financial officers were hired, at Allurion Technologies, Lumicell and QuantuMDx. Precision Therapeutics expanded its recently formed Scientific Advisory Board, and at Insulet Corp., there will be new leadership in the top spot come January.

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AdvaMed's Top Hill Strategist JC Scott Departs; Greg Crist Will Fill Role

Greg Crist, the top public affairs executive at AdvaMed, is stepping in to head the trade group's government affairs operations, as JC Scott departs to lead the Pharmaceutical Care Management Association.

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Execs On The Move: Change At Codiak Biosciences, And On Qualigen, Sectra AB Boards

A new executive VP and head of research and development is joining the management team at Codiak Biosciences. In addition, new directors joined at Qualigen and Sectra AB.

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