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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.
September 15, 2016HME Business
Study says patients with at-home, non-invasive ventilation in addition to oxygen therapy aw 51% decreased risk of re-hospitalization or death.
September 8, 2016CNBC Mad Money
Jim Cramer spoke with the CEO of ResMed on how the company is transforming the lives of customers by creating products for sleep apnea and other chronic respiratory diseases.
August 19, 2016FierceBiotech
“myAir helps my patients be more engaged with their therapy and achieve better health outcomes,” said Jennifer Wilkymacky-Wormald, clinical and marketing manager for the Cincinnati-area ATI CPAP Solutions.
August 18, 2016mobiHealthNews
With myAir, an offering from medical device company ResMed, CPAP users can now track their treatment via an iOS app, giving users access to their daily sleep patterns and coaching tips.
August 5, 2016HME Business
ResMed invested $1 billion in acquisitions in fiscal year 2016.
August 3, 2016HME Business
Mick Farrell, CEO of ResMed, during the company’s recent conference call to discuss its latest financial results: “Well, the whole sleep industry landscape has changed fundamentally, I would say in the last 18 months, approaching 24 months, since we launched Air Solutions.
June 7, 2016Sleep Review
ResMed has been awarded a three-year supplier group purchasing contract with Premier, a healthcare improvement company. Premier unites an alliance of approximately 3,600 US hospitals and 120,000 other providers to transform healthcare.
February 23, 2016Xconomy
ResMed’s deepest experience in digital health stems from our work in sleep-disordered breathing, including sleep apnea, a disorder that affects more than 100 million people worldwide.
April 6, 2015San Diego Business Journal
ResMed Inc. has partnered with the San Diego History Center to create The Science of Sweet Dreams exhibit showcased in Balboa Park this spring.