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March 23, 2017Mergers & Acquisitions
“Brightree was an important and immediately accretive strategic acquisition for ResMed. It exemplified a double-down on our ongoing investments to leverage connected care and digital health, and to change the basis of competition in our industry,” ResMed CEO Mick Farrell told Mergers & Acquisitions in a March 2017 interview. “One year from announcing the acquisition, we can reaffirm our goals going in: Brightree represents a big step forward for ResMed, fulfilling our role as the world’s leading tech-driven medical device company, liberating data and unlocking incredible value for our customers.”
March 21, 2017Crain's San Diego
The toughest moments are the ones that contribute most to developing strength and leadership. That point came for me in Lyon, France, early in my tenure as CEO. I had been on a round-the-world business trip that spanned seven countries in 14 days. It was Sunday morning, and I had gone for a run and had just had a lovely lunch, but when I returned to my hotel room, I suddenly felt deathly lonely.
March 3, 2017Dossier, Hemispheres by United Airlines (see page 8)
“If [ResMed] still can be known as the world leader in respiratory medicine, that’s great, but if we can be known as the world’s leading tech-driven medical device company, that liberated data and inspired people in other disease states beyond sleep apnea and COPD to do so, we’ll really get there,” says CEO Mick Farrell.
March 3, 2017Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry
ResMed Healthcare Informatics Director Amy Cook details ResMed’s plan to improve CPAP device use and encourage compliance in her talk “Mission Impossible—Making a CPAP that Users Won’t Abandon” at the MD&M West 2017 conference.
March 2, 2017Sleep Review
In conjunction with positive airway pressure (PAP) therapy, patients may be advised by their healthcare providers to lose weight to help manage their obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). However, an unexpected consequence of this healthy weight loss can be changes in interface and headgear fit. As a patient’s weight changes, the PAP mask and headgear may require patient and clinician attention.