ConforMIS, Inc., a privately held medical device company pioneering patient-specific orthopedic implants, announced it has appointed orthopedic industry veteran Matthew Scott as the company's Senior Vice President of Operations. Mr. Scott brings extensive operations experience to ConforMIS, including over a decade of medical device manufacturing and operations leadership with Zimmer Orthopedics and Zimmer Dental.

Mr. Scott was most recently the Director of Operations for Zimmer Dental, reporting to the President. At Zimmer Dental, he oversaw all aspects of the operation and managed the rapid growth of the dental implant manufacturing facilities during his tenure. Prior to Zimmer Dental, Mr. Scott held various roles at Zimmer Orthopedics, where he started as the production manager for the knee femoral business. His deep familiarity with the production technologies used in orthopedics led to leadership roles on teams responsible for lean process redesign, cost efficiencies, and technology transfer. 

Mr. Scott was also responsible for helping establish a global network of manufacturing facilities to support the hip and knee implant business. He developed the business case for several overseas facilities, planned and executed the build out of the sites, and served as interim general manager of a new production facility in Ireland before moving to Zimmer Dental. 

About ConforMIS, Inc.  

ConforMIS, Inc. is a privately-held medical device company that is pioneering a patient-specific approach to orthopedic implants and instrumentation. Its proprietary intellectual property includes more than 375 patents and patent applications in the areas of image processing, implant design, surgical techniques, instrumentation, and manufacturing across multiple joints.  ConforMIS' award winning solutions, the iUni® G2, iDuo® G2 and iTotal® G2, offer a personalized approach to knee replacement with unique benefits over traditional off-the-shelf implants. All devices have been cleared by the U.S. FDA for marketing in the US and CE Marked in Europe.