Recently Proposed CMS Rules to Shape Opportunities in Advanced Patient Monitoring and Wearable Devices Markets

Recently Proposed CMS Rules to Shape Opportunities in Advanced Patient Monitoring and Wearable Devices Markets

This blog covers markets treated fully in the recently released Kalorama Information market research reports Advanced Remote Patient Monitoring Systems, 8 th Edition and The Market for Wearable Devices.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released proposed rules and funding changes this month for reimbursement of home health and nursing home care. These actions on the part of the largest payer for home health and nursing care in the United States create both opportunities for ad...


Healthcare IT News On Kalorama Top 5 Trends

Healthcare IT News On Kalorama Top 5 Trends

Healthcare IT News featured Kalorama’s five top healthcare trends of 2014 in its Dec. 30th edition, taking special note of the growth of patient monitoring systems that Kalorama Information projects over the next five years. The trend analysis we issued for last year is based on the markets we’ve studied and the requests we’ve received from customers as areas they’d like to have greater insight into.. Other media outlets that took note of our trends include Pharma Times, Drug Store News, Dot Med...


Checking Up on Patient Monitoring: Medtronic and Covidien

Checking Up on Patient Monitoring: Medtronic and Covidien

Medtronic’s roughly $43 billion acquisition and merger with Covidien created the world’s second-largest medical device company. The deal had significant implications in terms of enhanced market presence and company financials with the Medtronic’s move to Covidien’s Ireland home. The deal also made Medtronic-Covidien a stronger leading player in the advanced remote patient monitoring system market. Together, the two companies will feature a diverse set of solutions spanning inpatient to home care...