4 recent medical supply partnerships, deals

Four partnerships and deals made by medical supply companies, as reported by Becker's Hospital Review since May: 

  1. Merck spinoff completes $240M acquisition of medical device company
    Organon, a women's healthcare company spun off from Merck, completed an acquisition of Alydia Health, a medical device company that specializes in medical devices to treat postpartum hemorrhage.

  2. Medline lands $30B private equity investment: 5 details
    Medline, a large, privately held manufacturer and distributor of healthcare supplies, received a multibillion dollar investment from three private equity firms and Singapore's sovereign wealth fund GIC to expand international growth.
  1. UPS Healthcare, Stericycle partner to manage medical waste
    UPS Healthcare and Stericycle have partnered to help hospitals and health systems manage their medical waste. Under the partnership, UPS Healthcare will connect its partners with Stericycle to help manage disposal of medical waste, and Stericycle will connect its customers with UPS for supply chain support. 

  2. Mayo Clinic, Thermo Fisher unite to develop diagnostic tests
    Mayo Clinic and Thermo Fisher Scientific launched a joint venture to create diagnostic tests to manage a variety of conditions. The partnership aims to tackle conditions in areas including hematology, oncology, allergies and autoimmunity.

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