FREMONT, CA—September 16th, 2016— Sanovas announced today that it has been listed among the 10 Most Promising Medical Imaging Solution Providers 2016 by Healthcare Tech Outlook.

 

“We are happy to announce Sanovas as one among the 10 Most Promising Medical Imaging Solution Providers 2016,” said Alex D’Souza, Managing Editor of Healthcare Tech Outlook. “Sanovas interventional technologies improve access to advanced minimally invasive diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in millions of healthcare facilities and practices.”

 

Sanovas is redefining intervention with access, imaging, and measurement technologies that enable physicians to perform more interventional procedures, in more places, more affordably. The company is dedicated to developing the full continuum of best-in-class minimally invasive diagnostic and therapeutic technologies and solutions that are affordable, accessible, and safe across multiple procedures and specialty areas.

 

About Sanovas
Sanovas is a company solving big healthcare market access, safety, quality, and cost problems while growing the minimally invasive interventions market. Working with physicians and hospital executives, Sanovas is leading the way in making minimally invasive interventions more accessible, affordable, and safe around the world. For more info, visit: http://www.sanovas.com/

 

About Healthcare Tech Outlook
Published from Fremont, California, Healthcare Tech Outlook is a print magazine, which features CIOs, ITVPs, CTOs, and other decision makers sharing their insights and perspective on the healthcare industry.  A panel of experts, technology leaders and board members of Healthcare Tech Outlook magazine has finalized the “10 Most Promising Medical Imaging Solution Providers 2016” and shortlisted the best vendors and consultants in the healthcare industry. For more info, visit: http://www.healthcaretechoutlook.com/

 

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FDA REGULATORY DISCLOSURE: Sanovas Inc. is an emerging technology company.
These products are investigational medical devices that have not been approved or cleared for use in the United States.