Johnson & Johnson has bought UW spinout C-Sats, which has created a platform to evaluate surgeons and helps them boost their skills.

C-Sats, a US-based healthcare technology spinout from University of Washington (UW), has been acquired by pharmaceutical group Johnson & Johnson for an undisclosed amount. Founded in 2014, C-Sats operates a performance management platform that uses cameras in the operating theatre for surgeons to receive an assessment of their technical performance from off-site experts. The technology…

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