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Keith Moore

Thermo Fisher Scientific has acquired TREK Diagnostic Systems from Magellan Biosciences.

Bacterin International Holdings has acquired the assets of Robinson MedSurg (RMS).

American Wells Online Care Suite has received the federal governments meaningful use stamp of approval by earning EHR modular certification.

St. Jude Medical has received FDA clearance and limited market release of its Epiducerlead delivery system for neurostimulation therapy.

The FDA has given 510(k) clearance to Edwards Lifesciences for its new EV1000 clinical monitoring platform.

Medivative Technologies has selected manufacturing enterprise resource (ERP) planning software from IQMS.

Nationwide Imaging has sold its service division to Atlas Medical Technologies.

CareFusion has agreed to acquire Rowa, a company specializing in robotic medication storage and retrieval systems for retail and hospital pharmacies, for approximately $150 million.

Olympus acquired all shares of the Stoughton, Mass.-based endoscope insertion device manufacturer Spirus Medical.

SAN ANTONIOAccording to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), all non-hospital providers of advanced diagnostic imaging, inclusive of nuclear medicine, MR, CT and PET, must obtain accreditation as a condition for reimbursement by Jan. 1, 2012. Just who is authorized to offer such accreditation was the subject of a June 26 afternoon presentation at the 2011 Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) conference & expo.