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Hospital Telehealth Vendor Financials Round Up – Teladoc Health, Amwell & SOC Telemed

13th May 2022 – Several telehealth vendors enjoyed great success in 2020, benefitting from pandemic-induced demand. With the full-year results of leading vendors Amwell, Teladoc Health and SOC Telemed now available, we can assess whether they managed to maintain this success.

Signify Premium Insight: The Buyers Looking to do a Deal for Dedalus

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12th May 2022 – Since being acquired by Ardian in 2016, Dedalus has picked up numerous other brands granting it significant market share and capability; including in medical imaging IT. Now Ardian is looking to sell the business, but what could a buyer do with such a diverse portfolio?

Signify Premium Insight: Blurring Boundaries: CT, X-Ray and KA Imaging

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10th May 2022 – KA Imaging has announced it is investing heavily in what it claims is the world’s first dual-energy mobile X-ray system. As well as marking a significant step for the vendor, it also typifies the kind of device that epitomises a current trend; that of increasingly blurring the boundaries between X-ray and CT.

Signify Premium Insight: The Tightrope Upon Which Lunit Must Walk

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6th May 2022 – Medical Imaging AI developer Lunit has recently received preliminary approval to list publicly in South Korea. The prospect of going public represents a natural next step for the vendor, but it is a step that is also fraught with risk.

Signify Premium Insights: GE Healthcare’s Singular Vision

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4th May 2022 – GE Healthcare’s Q1 results were a mixed bag. As well as detailing its quarterly performance, however, the vendor also gave an update as to its future as an independent company. This Premium Insight assesses some of the opportunities for the vendor after it has been spun out.