GI Alliance continues to expand & more: 9 GI industry key notes

Here are nine updates from gastroenterology companies and practices from the past week:

Dallas-based GI Alliance partnered with San Antonio Gastroenterology Associates and San Antonio Digestive Disease Consultants, adding 17 physicians to its affiliated network days after partnering with Phoenix-based Arizona Digestive Health.

Medtronic launched GI Genius, an endoscopy module that uses artificial intelligence to detect colorectal polyps.

Jamison, Pa.-based Physicians Endoscopy named Raymond Hino its new vice president of operations for the West Coast.

Modernizing Medicine Gastroenterology expanded its gGastro EHR and gPM practice management platforms.

A Digestive Care Center with an ASC opened in Jasper, Ind., Oct. 17.

The FDA expanded its approval of Janssen Pharmaceutical's ulcerative colitis drug, Stelara, for moderate and severe active ulcerative colitis.

Takeda reached a deal to sell a number of its over-the-counter and prescription pharmaceutical assets to Swiss pharmaceutical company Acino for more than $200 million.

CRH Medical secured a three-year revolving credit facility, which can facilitate up to $200 million in borrowing capacity.

A surgeon used the DiLumen C2 to remove a sigmoid polyp in a 62-year-old patient without surgical intervention.

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