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Atlantic Street Capital Announces Acquisition of Brown’s Medical Imaging | To Combine with Prestige Medical Imaging, to Establish the No.2 Presence Nationally in Medical...
Peter Shabecoff, Managing Partner of ASC, and deal lead said, "Brown's Medical Imaging is a service-first organization, differentiating itself against competitors that are positioned as sales-first. Brown's offers deep and differentiated service coverage, providing the flexibility that national competitors are unable to provide, and servicing its customers at the local level. Brown's are seen as partners, rather than product and service providers."
MedAlliance has been acquired by Cordis for a 2022 investment of $35M and a 2023 upfront closing payment of $200M, together with regulatory achievement milestones of up to $125M and commercial milestones of up to $775M through 2029, for a total consideration of up to $1.135 Billion.
"Through our AOS offerings, we've been leading the way in melding innovative technology with clinical expertise to help address these challenges," commented Chuck Lindley, Vice President of AOS, at Varian. "With Aspekt Solutions, we can support more oncology centers with a holistic approach to addressing today's challenges while also preparing for the fast-evolving future of cancer care."
Sharps Technology Signs Asset Purchase Agreement to Acquire InjectEZ Specialty Copolymer Syringe Manufacturing Facility and a 10-Year Purchase Agreement for Over $400 Million from...
“These transactions represent a transformative event for the Company,” commented Soren Christiansen, Board Chairman of Sharps Technology. “Recruiting Robert Hayes as our CEO two years ago was a substantial achievement for Sharps Technology and its shareholders. Robert has built a strong team, and together they worked through a successful, multi-month financing process that resulted in selecting a funding partner that is poised to provide up to $75 Million in debt financing to be used for the transaction.
″We anticipate this novel, clinically-backed technology can support our category leadership strategy while expanding access to care for individuals who need personalized treatment,″ said Jim Cassidy, president, Neuromodulation, Boston Scientific. ″Upon close, we look forward to working with the Relievant team to explore opportunities to bring this high-growth therapy to a wider population of people living with chronic low back pain.″
Randy Theken, Founder of Theken Companies, said of the acquisition, "I was truly overwhelmed by the technology created by the VisionAir team at Cleveland Clinic. The VisionAir 3D Patient-Specific Stents provide significantly improved stent life and an improved patient quality of life. This is exciting not only for the pulmonary field, but for the potential to apply this technology to other medical devices."