The main focus of orthopedic surgeries today is faster surgeries, improved outcomes, and satisfied patients. However, many things stand in the way of achieving this goal.
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At Enhatch, we strongly believe that open, digital ecosystems will deliver a universe of innovation to enhance the future of surgery, not only for orthopaedics but the entire medical device industry.
Knee replacement surgery is one of the fastest-growing procedures in recent years. While total knee surgery is successful and quite common, nearly 20% of patients are dissatisfied with their results after total knee surgery.
Enhatch and 3D Systems announced a new and exciting strategic partnership at AAOS 2022. And the timing couldn’t be better.
Enhatch and 3D Systems announced a new and exciting strategic partnership at AAOS 2022. We’re offering an intelligent surgery ecosystem focused on personalizing surgery.
- Enhatch is building an open ecosystem of technologies powered by artificial intelligence to personalize and accelerate the entire surgical workflow.
- Partnership intended to merge advanced capabilities of each organization to make design and delivery of patient-specific medical devices more efficient.
AI is here to stay, and the Covid-19 pandemic accelerated the adoption of AI in healthcare. Organizations are increasingly using AI to help reduce costs and enhance customer experience, including the world of supply chain.
During the NASS 2021 meeting, Enhatch interviewed leaders working in top health tech companies about their work and how it impacts the Intelligent Surgery Ecosystem. In this interview Enhatch’s Senior Project Manager Morgan Continisio sat down with Orthopedic Spine Surgery Specialist Henry Fabian, MD. to discuss how technology is impacting spine and orthopedic surgeries.
During the NASS 2021 meeting, Enhatch interviewed leaders working in top health tech companies about their work and how it impacts the Intelligent Surgery Ecosystem. In this interview Ecosystem Specialist Ashley Porto sat down with Elise Wolf VP of SmartTRAK.
Spine surgeries have been slower to transition to an outpatient setting because of their complexity. However, some spine procedures are now considered lower risk and safe for Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC).