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Company Overview of AlloSource, Inc.
AlloSource, Inc. operates as a tissue bank that develops, processes, and distributes standard and customized precision allograft products to the medical community in the United States and internationally. The company offers precise bone, skin, soft-tissue, and custom-machined allografts for use in an array of life-saving and life-enhancing medical procedures. It provides osteobiologic grafts, including AlloStem, cellular bone allograft for general bone grafting applications; AlloFuse DBM that includes gel, paste, and putty bone graft substitutes; and AlloFlex, a cancellous bone allograft. The company also offers cancellous and structural general orthopedic grafts; spinal grafts, including ce...
6278 South Troy Circle
Centennial, CO 80111
Founded in 1994
Key Executives for AlloSource, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President
Vice President of Operations
General Counsel and Vice President of Corporate Compliance
Chairman of Medical Advisory Board and Senior Medical Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
AlloSource, Inc. Key Developments
AlloSource Launches of AlloSkin AC
Apr 29 15
AlloSource announced the launch of AlloSkin AC, an acellular dermal allograft. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) also moved AlloSkin RT, a meshed human dermal graft, from the low-cost to the high-cost category for reimbursement. AlloSkin AC is a decellularized, meshed, dermis-only skin allograft. The resulting acellular matrix is a favorable microenvironment for bio-ingrowth, acting as a scaffold onto which the body can build dermal tissue through revascularization and cellular repopulation. Acellular dermal tissue is used clinically in the treatment of partial and full-thickness burns, traumatic tissue loss due to injury and for chronic wounds such as pressure ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers and venous and arterial ulcers. AlloSkin AC has Outpatient Medicare reimbursement coverage under the Novitas Administrative Contract. AlloSkin RT has broad clinical applications for acute and chronic wound therapy and is a ready-to-use, shelf-stable graft with room temperature storage. CMS' new high-cost category coverage for AlloSkin RT is a result of new regulations in 2014 for skin substitutes, which are divided into high- and low-cost categories for bundled product and application payment within Hospital Outpatient Departments.
AlloSource Appoints Milo Metcalf as Vice President of Operations
Aug 20 14
AlloSource announced appointment of Milo Metcalf as Vice President of Operations. Metcalf has more than sixteen years of experience in engineering and operations roles in the global medical device industry. As the Vice President of Operations, Metcalf will oversee several departments at AlloSource, including donor receiving, tissue processing, supply chain, facilities, engineering and materials management. His role ensures all areas of AlloSource's operations maximize the gift of donation to provide life-saving and life-enhancing allografts.
Allosource and Humacyte Inc. Become Strategic Manufacturing Partners to Create Investigational Bioengineered Blood Vessels from Tissue Donor Cells
Oct 10 13
AlloSource and Humacyte Inc. announced that they have entered into a long-term strategic manufacturing partnership. According to the agreement, AlloSource will become the sole manufacturing partner to create Humacyte's investigational bioengineered blood vessels being developed for hemodialysis applications. Humacyte, a developer of novel human tissue-based products for potential applications in regenerative medicine and vascular surgery, uses innovative technology to create the first investigational biological replacement vessels that are being developed to be stored "off-the-shelf" for future use. Subject to ongoing research and development and future regulatory approval, Humacyte's investigational bioengineered vessels could be used to create a vascular graft option available for patients on demand. These investigational bioengineered vessels are produced using donated human vascular cells and then decellularized to remove the donor identity from the newly created vessels. This process results in the production of investigational human vascular grafts with the potential to be implanted into any patient at the time of medical need.
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