Dignity Health has exited OrthoSensor after the medical sensor technology provider was acquired by Stryker for an undiclosed sum.
OrthoSensor, a US-based medical sensor technology provider backed by healthcare providers Bridger Healthcare and Dignity Health, has been bought by medical technology producer Stryker for an undisclosed amount. Founded in 2007, OrthoSensor provides sensor-assisted orthopaedic devices used by surgeons to assist with musculoskeletal care. Ziegler Meditech Equity Partners (ZMEP), a joint venture between investment bank…
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