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January 24, 2017CNBC
Jim Cramer asks Farrell about ResMed's "terrific quarter," the benefits of recording 1 billion nights of sleep data, and the future of sleep apnea and COPD treatment in the home.
December 9, 2016Forbes
In his influential 1962 book, Capitalism and Freedom, economist Milton Friedman argued that there is "one and only one social responsibility of business--to use its resources and engage in activities designed to increase profits."
SleepScore technology by ResMed S+ helps inform landmark sleep survey indicating troubling sleep trends since national election.December 8, 2016prweb
SleepScore.com Reports Early Data in National Survey Measuring Over One Million Nights of Sleep– Statistically Significant Surge in Stress Levels in Weeks Since Election With the West Coast Far From Recovery.
November 15, 2016iMedicalApps
The results of this study show that self-monitoring software and medical apps significantly increase patient adherence to sleep apnea treatment.
November 1, 2016medGadget
“These new masks address two of the biggest catalysts for effective sleep apnea treatment: fit and comfort,” said ResMed CEO Mick Farrell in the announcement.
October 28, 2016MedCityNews
Jeremy Malecha, vice president of healthcare informatics at San Diego-based ResMed, one of the two top companies competing in this sphere. “We started to see a pretty big appetite for using wireless monitoring.”
October 20, 2016HME Business
Enrollees in study will help anonymous research on American sleep habits; survey-takers also eligible to win S+ sleep monitors
October 14, 2016Frost & Sullivan
The S+ by ResMed is a consumer device to raise awareness of users' sleep habits, giving them the ability to understand, track, and optimize their sleep
October 13, 2016HME Business
New campaign recognizes relationship vendor has with HMEs in helping improve patients’ healthcare and quality of life.
September 23, 2016Becker’s Health IT & CIO Review
Through connected care and remote patient monitoring, the application of digital technologies is redefining how best to learn from patients and understanding how and why they use prescribed medical therapies. The results have been profound.