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October 15, 2018Health Europa
Vice-president of medical affairs at ResMed, discusses the high burden of sleep apnoea in Europe and how best the health community can respond.
October 10, 2018MedCity News
How ResMed and other companies use technology to provide a more holistic approach to patient's health, or even to get them past the mental barriers to improving their lifestyles.
September 11, 2018MedTech Talk
Today, CEO Mick Farrell has ResMed beginning to take a very different path, migrating away from pure medical device sales and into selling software and other tech services to physicians.
August 8, 2018The Constant Investor (subscription)
A 20-minute interview with ResMed President and COO Rob Douglas about the company's recent revenue growth, and how it plans to sustain it moving forward.
July 31, 2018Pharma Intelligence
ResMed recognized for developing AirMini, "an innovative medical device or diagnostic that makes significant contributions to advancing patient treatment, and was launched between January 1, 2017 and May 31, 2018.”
July 30, 2018University of Washington
A mobile technology conceived and researched at the University of Washington’s Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering and UW Medicine designed to track breathing and body movements without requiring contact with the human body, has helped inspire the active sonar portion of the just-launched SleepScore mobile application, available worldwide to iOS and Android users.
July 12, 2018CNBC
ResMed and Verily are investing an undisclosed amount in the as-yet-unnamed venture, and is focused on sleep apnea and other sleep breathing disorders. This is not the first time that Verily has partnered with a life sciences company for a joint venture: It is also working with Johnson & Johnson on an effort called Verb Surgical to develop a next-generation surgical robot.
June 15, 2018HME News
ResMed and Xealth have launched a pilot project that allows primary care physicians at Providence St. Joseph Health to access data from CPAP devices right from their electronic medical record software.
June 3, 2018Sleep Review
A new ResMed-funded retrospective study explores a potential factor of long-term adherence: mask resupply programs.
May 21, 2018MassDevice
ResMed today released data from two clinical analyses exploring combined home oxygen therapy and non-invasive ventilation therapy for patients with persistent hypercapnia following a life-threatening exacerbation of COPD, touting an increase in cost efficiency with the combined therapy.