A huge part of being an orthopedic surgeon is the commitment to peer-to-peer education.
It’s common for surgeons to share their hard-earned insights and experiences with new techniques or technologies to help advance the field of orthopedics and improve patients’ lives.
Where can the surgeon community go to learn about the latest in orthopedics innovation: surgical robots, AI, intelligent ecosystems, AR, VR, and more?
One tried-and-tested way is through peer-reviewed publications.
Enter JOEI, the Journal of Orthopedic Experience and Innovation, a peer-reviewed publication.
Enhatch CEO Peter Verillo sat down with Ira Kirschenbaum MD to talk about JOEI in Chicago at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) this year. Watch the video to learn more.
Dr. Anil Ranawat at the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) may need no introduction, but we’re going to do it anyway.
Collaboration is key with everything we do at Enhatch and as such, we endeavor to dialogue with other innovators doing...