WAUWATOSA, Wis. – GE Healthcare has expanded its mobile and digital offerings with the acquisition of monitoring technology company Monica Healthcare. The U.K.-based Monica Healthcare makes wearable wireless fetal monitoring devices. “Through this acquisition, we will combine the incredible expertise and mobile-digital innovation from the Monica team with GE Healthcare’s longstanding industry leadership and customer focus—with more than 100,000 patients impacted just last year,” said Tammy Noll, general manager of GE Healthcare’s maternal-infant care division, in a statement. GE Healthcare has been Monica Healthcare’s North American distribution partner for the Novii Wireless Patch System, a single-use patch that monitors maternal heart rate, fetal heart rate and uterine activity.
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