MedLite ID News

MedLite ID Launches New Patient Safety White Paper

St. George, UT – August 4, 2021 MedLite ID launches new white paper that demonstrates how care providers can protect their patients and caregivers using MedLite ID to significantly improve patient safety and staff efficiency while reducing clinician stress associated with the complexity of multiple IV infusions. | Read More

Atwood Innovation Plaza and MedLite ID Featured in St. George Magazine

St. George, UT – June 28, 2021 – MedLite ID is proud to be the first success story to come out of the Atwood Innovation Plaza! Check out this May 2021 feature story where our unique patient safety solution was spotlighted in St. George Magazine. #innovation #stgeorge #MedLiteID | Read More

What’s Happening in Southern Utah: Interview with MedLite ID CEO, Rodney Schutt

St. George, UT – June 14, 2021 – MedLite ID CEO, Rodney Schutt, was recently interviewed on “What’s Happening in Southern Utah”. He spoke about our focus on patient safety and staff efficiency as well as our goal in helping our community grow. | Watch Now

MedLite ID Awarded Patient Safety Solutions Agreement with Premier

St. George, UT – March 15, 2021 – MedLite ID has been awarded a group purchasing agreement for Patient Safety Solutions with Premier. Effective May 1, 2021, the new agreement allows Premier members, at their discretion, to take advantage of special pricing and terms pre‐negotiated by Premier for the MedLite ID patient safety device. | Read More

Contract Category: Patient Safety Solutions
Contract Number: PP-NS-1471


MedLite ID Secures $5M Series A Financing Round Led by 1st Gen Medical

October 19, 2020

ST. GEORGE, UT / ACCESSWIRE / MedLite ID, Inc. announced today the close of its Series A financing round. The $5,000,000 round is broken into two tranches. The first tranche is $3,000,000 immediately available to finance commercialization operations. The second tranche of $2,000,000 is fully committed and will be made available should demand exceed expectations and additional working capital be required. The round was led by 1st Gen Medical and was joined by members of MedLite ID’s board of directors and other medical device industry veterans. MedLite ID is the first company resident at the Dixie State University (DSU) innovation incubator, Atwood Innovation Plaza, to successfully secure Series A financing for commercialization of products developed at the incubator. | Read More

MedLite ID and Veterans Healthcare Supply Solutions partner to provide innovative patient safety solution to VA and DoD healthcare facilities

September 30, 2020

ST. GEORGE, UT / ACCESSWIRE / MedLite ID, offering an innovative patient safety solution, today announced it had signed an exclusive distribution agreement for U.S. government healthcare facilities with Veterans Healthcare Supply Solutions (VHSS). VHSS is a verified Service-Disabled Veteran Owned small business representing many of the healthcare industry’s leading manufacturers— making them the ideal partner to introduce the MedLite ID to VA and military healthcare facilities. | Read More

MedLite ID announces new Chairman of the Board, COO/CFO and Board Member

February 18, 2020

St. George, Utah —  MedLite ID today announced the appointment of Dr. Wayne Provost, one of the founders and inventor of MedLite ID, as Chairman of its Board of Directors. The appointment is effective immediately. In addition, they announced Steven Savage as COO/CFO and Jack Friedman as a new board member. | Read More

Grand Opening of the Atwood Innovation Center

November 8, 2019

Dixie State University paid tribute to a man whose influence helped set the stage to assist innovation and entrepreneurship. Lindsay Atwood, who passed away on October 31, was recognized during a ribbon cutting grand opening ceremony at DSU’s Atwood Innovation Plaza. His legacy will live on through his namesake. His family and members of the public also came to take a tour of the remodeled facility which is now home to many inventors and explorers. | Watch the video

Remembering Lindsay Atwood

November 1, 2019

MedLite ID Chairman of the Board and Dixie State University Board of Trustees member, well-known innovator, and DSU family member Lindsay Atwood died on the afternoon of Oct. 31. | Read More From the Dixie Sun News

Notre Dame and Dixie State University to collaborate with MedLite ID to improve quality of care, save lives

MedLite ID is designed to reduce the risk of life-threatening errors for critically ill patients receiving multiple IV infusions

June 19, 2019

St. George, Utah – The University of Notre Dame and Dixie State University, strategic partners and investors in MedLite ID, Inc., are collaborating on an innovative medical device that is designed to reduce medication errors related to multiple IV infusions. | Read More


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