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This article is written by Bryan McEntire, chief technology officer for Salt Lake City-based Amedica.
March 22, 2013
Salt Lake City-based Amedica reached its 10,000th implantation of the Valeo Interbody Fusion Device with the company's proprietary Silicon Nitride ceramic material.
March 11, 2013
Karl Farnsworth, CPA, was named chief financial officer for Salt Lake City-based Amedica, a manufacturer of reconstructive spinal and medical devices.
February 28, 2013
Salt Lake City-based Amedica received a patent for its artificial disc implant that uses its proprietary Silicon Nitride ceramic material.
January 29, 2013
Salt Lake City-based spine device developer Amedica has expanded its executive management team to include a senior vice president of market development, vice president of marketing, senior vice president of sales and chief legal and compliance officer.
As of Jan. 1, all sales on medical devices will be taxed an additional 2.3 percent, as the federal government looks to make $20 billion in 10 years to pay for programs within the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Exactly which programs has not yet been defined.
January 10, 2013
GE Capital will serve as the administrator of a $21.5 million investment into Amedica's spine device product development and growth.
December 04, 2012
Eric Olson, CEO of Amedica, discusses why his company's proprietary silicon nitride material has been so successful in the spine device market and where the company is headed in the future.
November 06, 2012
Amedica has named Jay M. Moyes to its board of directors.
Amedica appointed Bryan J. McEntire to chief technology officer.