Profiling the Top Mergers and Acquisition Within Medical Devices Space

Profiling the Top Mergers and Acquisition Within Medical Devices Space

As the Group Purchasing Organizations (GPO) become the new norm worldwide to create the value-based healthcare, companies expand their product portfolio to have a competitive advantage and bargaining power.

The ability to seize upon cross-selling opportunities and to build a comprehensive product portfolio is considered as an effective way for the company to increase its footprint within the market. Almost􂀀% of the Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) that occurred from 2013 to 2015 was inline with this.

As most of the patient care is delivered outside the hospitals, companies are actively looking to provide both product and service solutions to home care and long-term care. This is achieved by either acquiring the service-oriented companies or by partnering with them.

Increasing market pressure turns companies focus to certain segments and offload businesses that do not fit into that strategy. A considerable number of deals in 2014-15 involved larger companies acquiring smaller ones with novel technologies that were clinically proven to be superior to existing technologies.

Many of the merger deals are driven not only by strategic interests but also based on the tax inversion that can significantly influence the company’s profit margins. In 2015 alone, 3 US firms moved its legal domicile to a lower-tax country.

About this report

The landscape of healthcare is rapidly changing worldwide as governments are reducing healthcare spending through means such as reimbursement cuts. The medical devices market bears the direct brunt of these measures. To overcome this, medical device companies are involved in active mergers and acquisitions (M&A). The study analyses the key factors for M&A within the medical devices space. Additionally, it profiles the major M&A happened during 2013-2015 and analyses the influence of the M&A on their respective market.

  • Executive Summary
    • Key Findings
  • Medical Devices Market Overview
    • Introduction
    • Research Scope
    • Key Questions This Study Will Answer
  • M&A Analysis
    • KCI Licensing, Inc. Acquisition of Systagenix
    • Merger of Sorin Group and Cyberonics, Inc.
    • Zimmer Holdings Inc. Acquisition of Biomet, Inc.
    • Cardinal Health Acquires Cordis
    • Merger of Wright Medical Group, Inc. and Tornier N.V.
    • Medtronic, Inc. Acquired Covidien plc
    • Hill-Rom Holdings Inc. to Acquire Welch Allyn Inc.
    • Becton, Dickinson & Co. Acquisition of CareFusion Corp.
    • Mindray Medical International Acquisition of ZONARE Medical Systems
    • Abbott Laboratories Acquires Topera Inc.
    • Stryker Corporation Acquires Patient Safety Technologies, Inc.
    • Primary Reasons for Mergers and Acquisition
  • The Last Word

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