California Governor Appoints Xenco Medical CEO Jason Haider to California Workforce Development Board
One primary responsibility of the State Board is to develop and implement, in close consultation with the Governor, a comprehensive and strategic workforce development plan for California. The State Plan serves as the comprehensive framework and coordinated plan for the aligned investment of all federal and state workforce training and employment services funding streams and programs. This mandate is both in federal and state law.
Since founding Xenco Medical, Jason Haider has led the company’s efforts in developing the first entirely disposable spinal implant system made from a composite polymer instead of metal. Xenco Medical has pioneered a new category of surgical implant systems with its sterile-packaged spinal implants pre-attached to disposable delivery instruments. Outperforming reused implant systems in consistency, the risk of pathogen transmission, and in eliminating the expensive processes associated with the sterilization and transport of reprocessed instruments and implants, Xenco Medical’s devices have been found to produce significant savings per surgery for hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers. Mr. Haider has also spearheaded the company’s nationwide expansion as well as its presence in specialized surgical markets through the development of Xenco Medical’s ASC CerviKit platform for ambulatory surgery centers and the company’s TraumaGPS mobile application for real-time delivery monitoring of emergency implant deliveries. Jason Haider is a member of the California Association for Local Economic Development.
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Source: Xenco Medical