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January 7, 2020

January 7th, 2020, Newburyport MA:  Summate Technologies, Inc. today announced that it has received notification of allowance from the US Patent Office for its third utility patent regarding its point of care scanning solution for the surgical field.  


January 5, 2020

Newburyport, MA, January 6th, 2020: Summate Technologies, Inc. today announced that it has signed a letter of intent with the Mercy Hospital system out of St. Louis, Missouri to initiate a phase 1 pilot of its in-field surgical implant tracking technology.  Combining i...

December 17, 2019

The operating room is a unique environment from every other department of the hospital.  It is literally a gaited community, run by clinical-minded people.  C-suite and business operations personnel  have limited access, and best practices often arrive last in the OR....

November 18, 2019

On January 9th, 2007, Steve Jobs stood before the MacWorld gathering in San Francisco and announced a new product.  As the audience cheered, he introduced the device as a fusion of  music , phone, and internet connectivity.  Up until that time if you wanted all three y...

October 10, 2019

Scanning at point of use solves enormous cost and efficiency problems that currently plague the healthcare and medical device industry, specifically with regard to non sterile implants.

Between consigned sets to providers, trunk stock, metro center stock, and loaner set...

August 27, 2019

We all know that situation.  You’ve hosted a party.  Everyone has behaved themselves and had a good time, but it’s now late, and you have to clean up and go to bed.  But that one person is hanging tough, and painfully ignoring the social cues you are issuing that it’s...

July 2, 2019

Call it a grand bargain: in return for supporting and increasing efficiency in hospitals and ASCs, and helping to make their products easier to use, device companies can get a great return:  granular, real time demand data that they have never had access to. 


June 16, 2019

Its a dirty secret that hospitals have: patient orthopedic implant records get screwed up ALL the time.  The problem is that that implant usage is not scanned.  It’s manually recorded by the surgical technician, who has five or six other labor intensive tasks going on...

May 29, 2019

Supply chain automation has the potential to revolutionize the healthcare and medical device industry by transforming almost every facet of their market.  And these savings will be passed on to consumers.  

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