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Israeli healthtech fund Accelmed is raising $100m for its fourth fund focused on medical device and digital health companies.
Medline Industries will pay $167.5m for the Namic brand of manifolds, contrast management systems, closed fluid systems, guidewires, disposable transducers and interventional accessories. It also includes a manufacturing facility and the manufacturing, sales and marketing staff that support Namic.
The US Department of Justice collected $2.8bn in settlements and judgments involving violations of the False Claims Act in 2018, including $2.5bn in health-care cases. Key device industry recoveries included $33.2m from Alere, $12.5m from Angiodynamics, and $30m in two separate settlements from Covidien and its subsidiary ev3.
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- Consumables, Central Supplies
- Diagnostic Equipment & Supplies
- Monitoring Equipment & Devices
- Radiofrequency Devices
Surgical Equipment & Devices
- Minimally or Less Invasive
- Radiopharmaceuticals, Contrast Agents
- Therapeutic Areas
- Renal System
- North America
- Parent & Subsidiaries
- AngioDynamics Inc.
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James Clemmer, Pres. & CEO
Michael Greiner, EVP, CFO
David D Helsel, SVP, Global Ops. & R&D
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