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Global Medtech M&A Deals Hit $1.85 Billion in August

By MedTech Intelligence Staff
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Justice scale, healthcare, cost

The total value of deals for 2019 exceeds $30 billion.

The total value of global medtech M&A deals for August hit $1.85 billion, according to GlobalData. Deals in North America were worth about $1.7 billion, with the United States accounting for 13 transactions. By the end of August the total value of deals for 2019 was $30.29 billion. This number was 73.7% higher year over year. The top deals of the month included:

  1. Siemens Healthineers acquiring Corindus Vascular Robotics for $1.1 billion
  2. AtriCure’s purchase of SentreHEART for $300 million
  3. Hil-Rom Holdings acquisition of Breathe Technologies for $130 million

There are a number of factors that a company must consider when embarking on the mergers and acquisitions process, especially surrounding due diligence. Learn more about the critical issues unique to medical device companies during the MedTech M&A Regulatory & Quality Due Diligence virtual conference on October 23–24, 2019. Areas that will be covered include:

  • Unique medtech M&A challenges
  • Quality due diligence
  • Regulatory due diligence
  • Clinical / medical due diligence
  • Effective presentation of quality and regulatory findings to senior management
  • Discussions with regulatory around M&A
  • Budgeting and planning for post-acquisition activities
  • Integration, harmonization, and remediation
  • Common issues and hidden deal-breaking problems
  • Case studies

Attendees can also earn CEU credits for attending the conference. MTI conference CEUs can be applied to a regulatory affairs certification.

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