In an exciting year for healthcare, orthopedic device companies underwent mergers and acquisitions, strove to find the most innovative solutions and made calculated decisions in the hopes of achieving long-term success as the market becomes increasingly competitive. So who had the best 2016?
Physicians, nurses and technicians are the superheroes of healthcare. But even Captain Marvel needs a trusted sidekick. Enter the robots. They augment the surgeon’s potential with superhuman precision and repeatability. They help hospitals save costs, […]
The Mercury News – Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Jaideep Iyengar uses a handheld robotics-assisted tool to make a 3-D representation of a specific knee during a knee replacement surgery at O’Connor Hospital in San Jose, California. […]
(MedCity News) – Every professional life is a book comprised of chapters. My first chapter in orthopedic surgery began in Boston as a resident. In 1973, Dr William Harris at Mass General Hospital introduced me to a very new procedure imported from England and Dr. John Charley. The procedure was total hip replacement. Dr. Harris was one of the first to adopt it in the United States. […]