Category: Wright Medical Group Inc.
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Matthew Scott, former director of operations for Zimmer Holdings' dental business, is named senior vice president of operations for custom knee implant maker ConforMIS.
ConforMIS lured Zimmer's dental business operations director, Matthew Scott, away to be its new chief operating officer as it looks to scale up its customized knee implant business.
The Bedford, Mass.-based medical device company said Scott bring's a decade's worth of ops experience from his tenure at Zimmer. ConforMIS makes knee replacement implants and instrumentation that are custom-fit to patients' morphology.
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The recently announced Wright Direct program from Wright Medical looks to take sales reps out of the process for a small portion of its business.
Medical device sales reps should pay attention to a pilot program recently launched by Wright Medical (NSDQ:WMGI) called Wright Direct, which eschews the traditional sales model for a more collaborative, "turn-key" approach with C-level executives at a select number of U.S hospitals.
First-quarter profits for medical device company Wright Medical surge 85% on a $19 million gain from an anticipated insurance settlement for future claims against its ProFemur hip implant.
CORRECTED May 2, 2013 at 12:30 p.m. This article originally mis-stated the nature of an expected insurance settlement and of Wright's adjusted earnings-per-share forecast.
Wright Medical returns to profitability for 2012 on strong 4th-quarter results, beating Wall Street's expectations and sending shares of the medical device company up some 6%.
Shares of Wright Medical (NSDQ:WMGI) are up about 6% since the medical device company reported a return to annual profitability last week on strong 4th-quarter results.
Orthopedic medical device maker Wright Medical's company-wide overhaul is on or ahead of schedule in most areas, and the company is looking forward to closing the $390 million buyout of BioMimetic Therapeutics.
Orthopedic giant Wright Medical (NSDQ:WMGI) is back on track, CEO Robert Palmisano told an audience at the J.P. Morgan Healthcare conference in San Francisco yesterday.