COCONUT CREEK, Fla., Oct. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Mergenet Solutions, Inc. of Coconut Creek, FLhas declared a cash dividend. Mergenet Solutions, Inc. was previously parent to Innomed Technologies, Inc. and Respcare, Inc.. Mergenet Solutions, Inc. is also parent to Mergenet Medical, Inc..
Innomed Technologies, Inc. and Respcare, Inc. were
Innomed Technologies, Inc. and Respcare, Inc. developed and marketed cutting edge sleep apnea therapy interfaces and masks. Competitors include: ResMed, Phillips Respironics, and Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Corporation Limited.
Mergenet Solutions, Inc. is still parent to Mergenet Medical, Inc. Mergenet Medical, Inc. is a developer of HIGH Flow Oxygen Therapy technology as well as other airway and airway secretion devices.
About Mergenet Solutions, Inc. Mergenet Solutions is an established American enterprise with worldwide reach. From an executive home base in Coconut Creek, Florida By functioning as a full-service technology incubator, our organization identifies, assists and invests in new and emerging companies in several promising sectors. Firms at the core of our existing portfolio are involved in cutting-edge advances in technology and breakthrough medical solutions. Learn more at www.mergenetsolutions.com
About Mergenet Medical Inc. (MMI): Mergenet Medical Inc is a global medical device company that designs and manufactures innovative medical devices that assist healthcare institutions measurably improve outcomes, reduce infections and improve patient and provider safety. Learn more at www.mergenetmedical.com.
Contact: Elena Hartmanis EMI Group 561.756.5551
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