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ST ANTHONY HOSPITAL

ST ANTHONY HOSPITAL

1000 N LEE BLVD, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, 73101

ST ANTHONY HOSPITAL,
Yearly Payment Breakdown:

All Payments: At a Glance

2016

17

payments

$37,186

payment total

8

companies paid this teaching hospital
2015

8

payments

$73,775

payment total

7

companies paid this teaching hospital
2014

4

payments

$76,050

payment total

4

companies paid this teaching hospital

Payment Calendar in

This hospital received a payment on days in .

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Types of Payments in

Category Payments Payment Value
Gift
2 $44,305
Gift
1 $43,200
Space rental or facility fees(teaching hospital only)
1 $32,760
Gift
14 $31,777
Space rental or facility fees(teaching hospital only)
1 $26,040
Space rental or facility fees(teaching hospital only)
1 $3,685
Grant
2 $2,011
Honoraria
1 $1,500
Education
3 $1,419
Education
1 $224
Food and Beverage
2 $90

Drugs & Devices in

Totals listed below account for all payments from that mention this product. Beginning in 2016, the government began classifying products as drugs, devices, biologics or medical supplies. Below, you will see drugs (drugs and biologics) and devices (devices and medical supplies). If a payment record mentions more than one product, the entire value will be included in each of those products. When no products are listed, they are not included in the list below.

Product Name Product Type Payments
CVX-300/CVX-300P

device

$16,800
FILMARRAY SYSTEM

device

$5,966
SURG SYSTEM 7

device

$4,102
AURIX

device

$3,685
SURG HEAVY DUTY OTHER

device

$3,209
BAS-SHERLOCK 3CGTM

device

$1,638
VITEK

device

$1,500
ZERBAXA

drug

$224
† May not add up to dollar total at top of page, since a payment record may not be associated with any product or can be associated with several products.
Product Name Product Type Payments
TRANSMYOCARDIAL REVASCULARIZATION

device

$43,200
CERTUS 140 MICROWAVE ABLATION SYSTEM

drug

$26,040
HAND & WRIST

device

$2,000
SHOULDER

device

$2,000
ELBOW

device

$2,000
HIP & PELVIS

device

$2,000
FOOT AND ANKLE

device

$2,000
MICROWAVE

device

$967
ZERBAXA

drug

$452
ENTERAL FEEDING

device

$11
† May not add up to dollar total at top of page, since a payment record may not be associated with any product or can be associated with several products.
Product Name Product Type Payments
TRANSMYOCARDIAL REVASCULARIZATION

device

$43,200
CERTUS 140 MICROWAVE ABLATION SYSTEM

drug

$32,760
PROCEDURAL SOLUTIONS

device

$79
LITHOTRIPTERS & ACCESSORIES

device

$11
† May not add up to dollar total at top of page, since a payment record may not be associated with any product or can be associated with several products.

Payment Details in

When How Much Related To What For From Third Party Payee
Dec 31, 2014 $43,200

TRANSMYOCARDIAL REVASCULARIZATION Gift CryoLife, Inc.
Dec 31, 2015 $43,200

TRANSMYOCARDIAL REVASCULARIZATION Gift CryoLife, Inc.
Dec 31, 2014 $32,760

CERTUS 140 MICROWAVE ABLATION SYSTEM Space rental or facility fees(teaching hospital only) NeuWave Medical, Inc.
Dec 31, 2015 $26,040

CERTUS 140 MICROWAVE ABLATION SYSTEM Space rental or facility fees(teaching hospital only) NeuWave Medical, Inc.
Dec 31, 2016 $16,800

CVX-300/CVX-300P Gift The Spectranetics Corporation
Jan 13, 2016 $4,650

FilmArray System Gift BioFire Diagnostics, LLC
May 5, 2016 $3,685

Aurix Space rental or facility fees(teaching hospital only) Nuo Therapeutics
May 27, 2016 $2,577

Surg Heavy Duty Other Gift

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Debt forgiveness

Stryker Corporation
Aug 26, 2016 $2,051

Surg System 7 Gift

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Debt forgiveness

Stryker Corporation
Jan 29, 2015 $2,000

Hand & Wrist Elbow Shoulder FOOT AND ANKLE Hip & Pelvis Grant ACUMED LLC
Dec 31, 2016 $1,638

BAS-Sherlock 3CGTM Gift

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This transfer of value represents a device loaned to the entity for evaluation. Since the evaluation period exceeded 90 days, the period beyond 90 days is reportable pursuant to the federal Sunshine law.

Bard Access Systems, Inc.
Jan 20, 2016 $1,500

VITEK Honoraria bioMerieux
Oct 17, 2016 $1,403

Surg System 7 Gift

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Debt forgiveness

Stryker Corporation
Sep 16, 2015 $1,105

No Listed Product Gift

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Debt forgiveness

B. Braun Interventional Systems Inc.
Dec 31, 2015 $967

Microwave Education AngioDynamics, Inc.
Jan 13, 2016 $668

FilmArray System Gift BioFire Diagnostics, LLC
Jan 13, 2016 $648

FilmArray System Gift BioFire Diagnostics, LLC
Dec 6, 2016 $648

Surg System 7 Gift

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Debt forgiveness

Stryker Corporation
Apr 14, 2016 $633

Surg Heavy Duty Other Gift

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Debt forgiveness

Stryker Corporation
Jul 7, 2015 $426

ZERBAXA Education

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Services provided in conjunction with antibiotic susceptibility testing.

Merck Sharp & Dohme Corporation
Apr 19, 2016 $224

ZERBAXA Education

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Services provided in conjunction with antibiotic susceptibility testing.

Merck Sharp & Dohme Corporation
Jul 14, 2014 $79

Procedural Solutions Food and Beverage CareFusion Corporation
Jul 7, 2015 $26

ZERBAXA Education

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Services provided in conjunction with antibiotic susceptibility testing.

Merck Sharp & Dohme Corporation
Sep 21, 2016 $17

No Listed Product Gift LEICA MICROSYSTEMS INC.
Sep 21, 2016 $16

No Listed Product Gift LEICA MICROSYSTEMS INC.
Sep 21, 2016 $15

No Listed Product Gift LEICA MICROSYSTEMS INC.
Sep 21, 2016 $13

No Listed Product Gift LEICA MICROSYSTEMS INC.
Jul 15, 2014 $11

Lithotripters & Accessories Food and Beverage Dornier MedTech America, Inc
Mar 31, 2015 $11

Enteral Feeding Grant

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Debt Forgiveness

Covidien LP
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