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JAMA article highlights remote monitoring 

April 19, 2022HME News Staff

IRVINE, Calif. – A new article in the Journal of the American Medical Association concludes that, through recent technological advances in remote monitoring, a patient’s physiological needs can now more often be the primary factor in determining the level of monitoring they receive, rather than their physical location (i.e., the monitoring capabilities of the beds in a particular hospital care area). The article, “Remote Patient Monitoring During COVID-19: An Unexpected Patient...

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In brief: Hangover clinics, SMRC audits, PHE extension

January 21, 2022HME News Staff

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – The National Home Infusion Association and several allied organizations have asked the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and state regulatory agencies to investigate unregulated, direct access infusion businesses that provide individuals with intravenous solutions absent the recommendation of a licensed prescriber.   These businesses, they say, treat hangovers, exercise recovery and elevation sickness, which can usually be resolved with oral medications or through...

Aeroflow Urology, Dynarex, LUCI, Masimo, NHIA, Owens & Minor, Sunrise Medical


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Masimo finds no difference in accuracy 

January 18, 2022HME News Staff

IRVINE, Calif. – Masimo has announced the findings of an abstract that reviewed retrospective pulse oximetry data and concluded there was no clinically significant bias based on ethnicity for black and white volunteer subjects monitored with the company’s SET pulse oximetry and RD SET sensors.  A prior paper and letter to the editor purported to find “racial bias” in pulse oximetry measurements based on comparison data obtained from black and white patients from multiple...

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Masimo sues Apple

September 18, 2020HME News Staff

IRVINE, Calif. - Masimo has filed a legal complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California claiming Apple infringes on 10 of its patents with its Apple Watch, according to news reports. The complaint charges Apple with stealing trade secrets by hiring key personnel from Masimo, including Michael O'Reilly, its former chief medical officer and executive vice president for medical affairs. Masimo claims the Apple Watch, including the Series 4 and 5 models, uses technology...

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Masimo, Royal Philips re-up partnership

May 28, 2020HME News Staff

AMSTERDAM & IRVINE, Calif. - Masimo and Royal Philips have reinforced their partnership whereby Philips integrates additional Masimo measurement technologies into select IntelliVue MX-series multi-parameter monitors to help clinicians assess cerebral oximetry and ventilation status. “As a global leader in health technology, we are delighted to reinforce our partnership with Masimo, bringing their advanced measurements to our innovative IntelliVue patient monitors, thereby making them even more...

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Masimo releases SafetyNet to help combat COVID-19

April 14, 2020HME News Staff

IRVINE, Calif. - Masimo has announced the full market release of its SafetyNet patient management solution designed to help clinicians care for patients remotely in hospital settings and non-traditional settings. The company has successfully piloted the technology at institutions like University Hospitals in Cleveland, and St. Luke's University Health Network in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Masimo and University Hospitals will hold a webinar on April 15 to discuss SafetyNet and the hospital's experience...

Coronavirus Outbreak, Masimo, Remote monitoring


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Masimo to acquire Connected Care portfolio

January 17, 2020HME News Staff

IRVINE and CULVER CITY, Calif. - Masimo will acquire the Connected Care assets of NantHealth for $47.25 million in cash. The deal will further Masimo's goal to help hospitals improve the continuum of care through automation, connectivity and innovative noninvasive monitoring technologies. "One of the strategic priorities for Masimo is, through our Hospital Automation solutions, to reduce clinician cognitive overload and reduce errors of omission,” said Joe Kiani, founder, chairman and CEO of...

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Philips, Masimo settle lawsuits

November 8, 2016HME News Staff

AMSTERDAM and IRVINE, Calif. - Royal Philips and Masimo have entered into a business partnership agreement that ends all pending lawsuits between the two companies.As part of the agreement, Philips is released from having to pay a $467 million jury verdict that was awarded to Masimo in October 2014. Instead, it will pay $300 million to Masimo in the fourth quarter, and will make certain marketing and product integration commitments over the coming years.“I am very satisfied that we have reached...

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Masimo Foundation co-founds oxygen initiative

September 28, 2016HME News Staff

IRVINE, Calif. - The Masimo Foundation has co-founded the United for Oxygen Alliance as part of a Clinton Global Initiative. The alliance seeks to expand access to medical oxygen and pulse oximetry for women and children in Ethiopia, where 60,000 babies die in their first month and 30,000 children die of pneumonia due to lack of access to medical oxygen. “This cannot be overstated: regardless of where you live or where you were born, you deserve access to quality healthcare—including...

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In brief: ICD-10 goes live, BraunAbility sells to investment firm

October 2, 2015HME News Staff

WASHINGTON - ICD-10 went into effect Oct. 1, but it will be several days, if not a month, before the impact of the new code system sets in.“It will take a couple of weeks before we have the full picture of ICD-10 implementation because very few health care providers file claims on the same day a medical service is given,” said Sean Cavanaugh, CMS deputy administrator and director, in a blog post. “Most providers batch their claims and submit them every few days.”Once submitted,...

AOPA, BraunAbility, Brightree, COPD Foundation, ICD-10, Masimo, NCPA, Nonin Medical


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