ResMed Acquires HB Healthcare

ASX-listed medical device manufacturer ResMed has completed the acquisition of South Korea’s HB Healthcare (HBH), a fast-growing privately owned home medical equipment provider. Financial...

Medacta plans Swiss IPO

Swiss medical device manufacturer Medacta intends to IPO on the SIX Swiss Exchange before the summer. Founded in 1999, Medacta is an international orthopaedics company...

IntelliCentrics pre-markets Hong Kong IPO

Healthcare technology platform IntelliCentrics Global is premarketing an up to US$60 million IPO in Hong Kong. The group is the leading platform in the vendor...

MLP Care reports loss

Thanks to hard currency denominated debt, Turkish private healthcare provider MLP Saglik Hizmetleri, better known as MLP Care, has reported a loss for the...

Gilde Healthcare raises €200 million for new healthcare fund

European specialist investor Gilde Healthcare has raised €200 million (US$224 million) for its third private equity fund, Gilde Healthcare Services III. The fund will...

Icon to export cancer know-how to China

Australian medical expertise continues to trickle to China. In the latest such venture, Icon Group, the country’s largest provider of cancer care, has signed...

Failed health policies see weekend of political resignations

Healthcare failings have caused politicians in several countries to step down this weekend, notably the entire Finnish government. Only a month before a general election,...

NMC reports record profits

NMC Health, the largest healthcare provider in the United Arab Emirates, has reported record profits and revenues for 2018. For the full year the group...

aMoon II healthcare fund raises US$660 million

Israel’s aMoon II healthcare fund has closed at US$660 million - the largest amount raised by a life sciences and healthcare fund in the country. The...

MD Medical Group opens Vladivostok clinic

Leading Russian private healthcare provider MD Medical Group has opened its first out-patient clinic in Vladivostok. Investment in the project amounted to around R50 million...