Zimmer Biomet, Amendia & more — 3 recent device company acquisitions & partnerships

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Here are three recent device company acquisitions and partnerships.

Warsaw, Ind.-based Zimmer Biomet acquired RespondWell, a digital health company with a focus on telerehabilitation. The acquisition strengthens the company's Zimmer Biomet Signature Solutions, which provides a comprehensive, home-based telerehabilitation capability.
Marietta, Ga.-based Amendia is teaming up with Global Spine Outreach, a charity establishing scoliosis treatment centers around the globe. Amendia will serve as the primary industry sponsor of the Third Annual Spinal Deformity Symposium in Mexico City in October.

Johnson & Johnson Innovation and Houston-based Texas Medical Center have partnered to create innovative medical devices. Researchers and developers with access to Baylor College of Medicine, the Houston Methodist Research Institute and Houston-based Texas Heart Institute's preclinical facilities will staff the Center for Device Innovation at the Texas Medical Center.

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