News

8/25/2016
Dr. Yadav nominated for Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 2016 Most Admired CEO

6/2/2014
St. Jude Medical Completes Acquisition of CardioMEMS

5/30/2014

Atlanta Business Chronicle:
CardioMEMS’ six-year, $100M saga

5/28/2014

FDA Announcement:
CardioMEMS® HF System Receives FDA Approval

Atlanta Business Chronicle:
CardioMEMS gets FDA OK for wirelessly powered human implant, paves way for $450M acquisition

12/23/2013
Dr. Jay Yadav interviewed on 11 Alive

January 9, 2013
CardioMEMS Founder & CEO Jay Yadav To Receive 2013 Georgia Bio Industry Growth Awards

December 4, 2012
CardioMEMS wins #GAHealthIT Innovation Award for 2012!

November 16, 2012
CardioMEMS Named as Finalist for Intel Innovation Award

April 13. 2012
Rex Healthcare Launches Rex Strategic Innovations to Advance Healthcare Innovation
Dr. Yadav is a member of  the prestigious advisory board

December 21, 2011
The 50 Best Cleveland Clinic Doctors Ever

December 8, 2011
CardioMEMS official statement regarding FDA Panel Results

October 2011
PIONEERING A NEW CLASS OF MEMS HEART MONITORING DEVICES

July 26, 2011
Dr. Jay Yadav named Co-Chair for the Bioscience Leadership Council, Metro Atlanta Chamber

July 2011
Georgia Tech Spinoff Pioneers the next Generation of Health care

June 27, 2011
Dr. Jay Yadav, CardioMEMS Founder & CEO, Named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year®
Ernst & Young PDF featuring Dr. Jay Yadav

May 20, 2011
Keeping hearts ticking and talking with tech

May 19. 2011
The Street: Dr. Jay Yadav Named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year

Atlanta Business Chronicle:  “CardioMEMS’ Yadav up for E&Y Award

May 6, 2011
CardioMEMS Founder Dr. Jay Yadav Chosen as Health-Care Heroes Finalist by Atlanta Business Chronicle

April 4, 2011
CardioMEMS, Inc. Tops Georgia’s 2010 Venture Financing List

May 5, 2010
Cardiologist, Medical Inventor Jay Yadav reaches Settlement with Cleveland Clinic

1/23/2007
GBP Deal of the Year Winners Emphasize Extent of Life Sciences Activity in Georgia.

12/21/2006
GBP Announces Finalists for 2007 Deal of the Year

9/21/2006
Small Times Magazine Announces Best of Small Tech Awards at Leading Nanotech Business Event

 

February 2006
New Medical Device Combines Wireless and MEMS Technology

 12/20/2005
Georgia Biomedical Partnership announces deal of the year awards

11/29/2004
Carotid Stenting in Focus

7/7/2003
Cordis Acquires AngioGuard, Inc. for Proprietary Technology Protecting Brain & Heart During Interventional Procedures

1/3/2003
Dr. Jay Yadav’s Anioguard Lauded as ‘Watershed’ Invention at Medical Meet

 

CardioMEMS, Inc. Named a TAG Top 10 Innovative Technology Company

CHAMPION Study Published in The Lancet

CardioMEMS Recognized by Georgia Bio for Pivotal Strategic Partnership

CardioMEMS CEO Dr. Jay Yadav to Deliver Keynote at SEBIO’s Investor Forum

CardioMEMS Honored by TiE Atlanta

St. Jude Medical Signs Equity Investment and Option to Purchase Agreement with CardioMEMS

CardioMEMS Completes CHAMPION Clinical Trial Study

Atlanta-based Med Tech Company CardioMEMS Raises Additional Capital

CardioMEMS CEO Dr. Jay Yadav Honored by SEMDA

CardioMEMS, Inc. Announces FDA Clearance of the EndoSure™ Wireless AAA Pressure Measurement System for Measuring Intrasac Pressure During Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm (TAA) Repair

The Lancet:
Article: Wireless Pulmonary Artery Haemodynamic Monitoring in Chronic Heart Failure: A Randomised Controlled Trial
Podcast: Dr. Abraham Discussing Results of the CHAMPION Study
Bloomberg Businessweek: Wireless Device Can Cut Heart Failure-Related Hospitalizations
Cardiovascular Business: Lancet: Telemonitoring reduces hospitalizations for HF patients
DoctorsLounge: Hemodynamic Monitoring Affects Heart Failure Admissions
Health Canal: Wireless Blood Pressure Sensor in Artery Significantly Reduces Heart Failure Hospitalizations, AGH Study Shows
KMIR NBC, Palm Springs: Wireless device can cut heart failure-related hospitalizations
Medical Device Daily: CHAMPION results bolster CardioMEMS wireless sensor
Medicine Net: Wireless Sensor Monitors Heart Failure Patients
MedPage Today: Monitor Cuts Hospitalizations for Heart Failure
MIT Technology Review: Wireless Heart Implant Reduces Hospitalizations
Nursing in Practice: Device “cuts heart admissions”
OnMedica: Wireless device cuts heart failure admissions
Scientific American: Wireless Heart Monitor Fine-Tunes Cardiac-Failure Treatment
The Columbus Dispatch: Device in artery helps track blood pressure in heart patients
Top News: Little Savior for the Heart!
USA Today: Tiny sensor keeps heart patient out of hospital
WebMD: Wireless Sensor Monitors Heart Failure Patients

Georgia Tech: Georgia Tech-Based Startup: CardioMEMS Pioneers New Class of Implantable Monitoring Devices for Heart Patients

Presented at the European Heart Failure Society Heart Failure 2010 Conference:
Primary Results of the CardioMEMS Heart Sensor Allows Monitoring of Pressure to Improve Outcomes in NYHA Class III Heart Failure Patients (CHAMPION) Trial

 MDT Top Technologies

Implanted Pulmonary Pressure Monitoring Devices Reduce Heart Failure Hospitalisation

The Next Generation of Health Care

Monitoring Hearts

MedicalDeviceDaily: CHAMPION results bolster CardioMEMS wireless sensor

CardioMEMS Champion trial was published by one of the most prestigious journals in the world, The Lancet.
WebMD covers TheLancet publication.
Help for Your Heart  (Video)
HFC: Tiny Device May Be Next Big Thing in Heart Failure
HEART FAILURE 2010: Implanted pulmonary pressure monitoring devices reduce heart failure hospitalisation
Cleveland Clinic comes clean on Cardiologist
Cleveland Clinic settles lawsuit, admits Jay Yadav kept policy
Cleveland Clinic settles suit with Jay Yadav stemming from 2006 “nonrenewal” over implied COI nondisclosure
Dr. Jay Yadav sues Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland Clinic Dispute Intensifies (PDF)
Endovascular Today : Conflicts of Interest and Double Standards
Endovascular Today : Letters to the Editor