Ypsomed Headquarters in Burgdorf (Switzerland)

Press Releases Ypsomed Group

Burgdorf – No agreement has been reached between Ypsomed and Insulet Corp., its former supplier of Omnipod® devices on the amount of the expiration fee payable to Ypsomed under the terms of the distribution agreement that expired in June 2018. After unsuccessful attempts to amicably agree on the amount, Ypsomed has decided to file for arbitration. Ypsomed continues to estimate the expiration fee to amount to approximately CHF 50 million.

YpsoMate with proprietary PLAJEX™ syringe for administration of the drug Hulio™ with the active ingredient adalimum.ab

Press Releases Ypsomed Group

Burgdorf – Terumo Corporation (Terumo), a leading global manufacturer and distributor of medical devices, will fill its PLAJEX™ syringe with the drug Hulio® and assemble it with the YpsoMate prefilled autoinjector from Ypsomed. Hulio® is a biosimilar to Humira® (adalimumab) developed by Fujifilm Kyowa Kirin Biologics Co., Ltd. and marketed in the European Union by Mylan N.V. The drug is used in the treatment of various chronic autoimmune diseases.

Burgdorf and Eindhoven (NL) – Ypsomed, a leading developer and manufacturer of injection and infusion systems for self-medication, and Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a global leader in health technology, today announced a collaboration to jointly develop and deploy new digital self-medication adherence monitoring services based on Ypsomed’s connected devices and Philips’ cloud-based HealthSuite Digital Platform. The two companies agree to build a solution for Ypsomed’s new SmartServices™ based on Philips HealthSuite Digital Platform. The combination of Ypsomed connected self-medication devices with Philips’ HealthSuite Digital Platform will allow Ypsomed’s pharmaceutical customers to deliver value-added services for enhanced patient outcomes.

Ypsomed partners with JDRF

Burgdorf/New York – JDRF, the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research, has announced a partnership with Ypsomed, a Switzerland-based developer and manufacturer of injection and infusion systems, as part of JDRF’s Open-Protocol Automated Insulin Delivery (AID) Systems Initiative. The objective of the project is the development and regulatory approval of the next-generation mylife YpsoPump® insulin pump supporting incorporation into an automated insulin delivery (AID) system via open-protocol communication with third-party smartphone-based apps and/or other devices.