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Positek RFID Expands Healthcare Market Proficiency with New Hire

April 3, 2018

Extensive surgical and hospital textile expertise enhances leading RFID solutions provider

Positek RFID Inc., the complete RFID systems, solutions and integration company serving the textile maintenance industry, is pleased to announce the hiring of John “Jack” A. Hamilton as Director of Business Development for Healthcare.

Bringing more than 35 years of professional experience to the company, Hamilton will oversee the development and management of large scale projects involving Positek RFID’s patented RFID technology to help hospitals reduce overall costs, manage their product inventories and identify opportunities for improvement in efficiency of inventory tracking.  

Hamilton has implemented RFID solutions for healthcare linen laundry and in-hospital linen management. He has directed the research, development and production of medical products, supplies, equipment, instrumentation and related services during his career as an industry subject matter expert for sterilized surgical linens and the processing of surgical and healthcare textiles.

Prior to joining Positek RFID, Hamilton was the Chief Technology Officer for one of the leading providers of laundry and linen management services and supplies to hospitals, long-term care facilities and outpatient medical practices. Hamilton also served as Senior Vice President of Product Development for a national healthcare surgical linen and instrumentation supplier to hundreds of hospitals and surgery centers.  

“The addition of Jack Hamilton to our team provides Positek RFID with a competitive advantage in the healthcare textile management space,” said Jeffrey Markman, president of Positek RFID. “His in-depth experience aligns with our business objectives for exceptional client service and he will be instrumental in continuing to drive our growth in the healthcare sector.”

Hamilton is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt with a degree in Biological Science from the University of Delaware. He holds a leadership role in the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation and is a member of the American Society for Quality, and the American Society for Testing and Materials.