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Amritpal Khalsa

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  • Healthcare

    Must-know: Key export barriers for medical device manufacturers

    Most large U.S. manufacturers have invested significant capital into emerging markets, including Medtronics, Johnson & Johnson, GE, and Stryker.

    By Amritpal Khalsa
  • Industrials

    Brazil’s medical device industry: Health coverage outlook

    The upward trends of the healthcare market show that Brazil is positive for the medical device industry, suggesting rapid increases in demand as more and more people can afford the devices and pay accordingly.

    By Amritpal Khalsa
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    Healthcare

    Why you should use the Sharpe ratio when investing in the medical device industry

    What is a Sharpe ratio? A Sharpe ratio is a tool that measures the amount of returns for each unit of volatility that’s generated by a portfolio (higher returns and lower volatility equals more returns per unit of volatility). The measurement allows investors to analyze how much return they’re receiving from a portfolio in exchange for […]

    By Amritpal Khalsa
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    Healthcare

    Is renal denervation a new medical device stocks cash cow?

    No US companies have approved renal denervation devices in the US market, but they’re in the process of testing and selling these devices.

    By Amritpal Khalsa
  • Healthcare

    Are Covidien’s layoffs good for the medical device industry?

    Covidien (COV) announced that it will lay off a significant amount of employees as part of global restructuring efforts. The initiative aims to save the company up to $300 million a year by fiscal 2018.

    By Amritpal Khalsa
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    Healthcare

    Why Israel is poised to soon lead medical device industry growth

    Espicom Business Intelligence forecasts the Israeli market to be valued at $1.096 billion in 2016—a 20% increase over five years. The country looks to the medical device industry for a significant amount of growth.

    By Amritpal Khalsa
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    Healthcare

    Medtronic purchases Cardiocom: Bad for medical device industry?

    Medtronic has always been considered a bellwether for the medical device industry because of its pure focus on the device market. Yet that changed in mid-August, as Medtronic announced its acquisition of Cardiocom.

    By Amritpal Khalsa
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    Healthcare

    Why the medical device tax repeal bill shouldn’t pass anytime soon

    The proposed Protect Medical Innovation Act of 2013 The Protect Medical Innovation Act of 2013 has gained bi-partisan support in the House of Representatives, ensuring the bill passes when it comes to vote. But the keyword is “when” it comes to vote. Witnessing large layoffs by companies like Stryker Corp. in November 2012, lawmakers began taking […]

    By Amritpal Khalsa
  • Healthcare

    Must-know: Insurance exchanges will affect medical device stocks

    Big change to come in the healthcare industry Ready or not, state-run insurance exchanges will be ready for open enrollment starting October 1. The introduction of these public exchanges for individuals and small group employers highlights a significant change in the healthcare industry. Making consumer access to healthcare easier, more than 30 million people are […]

    By Amritpal Khalsa
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