The management of orthopedic devices has come under scrutiny, as commoditization and cost pressures have forced hospitals and surgeons to reevaluate which implants they use. From robotic surgery to AI, many aspects of surgical care are being automated to drive efficiency and quality outcomes. However, the logistical management of medical devices preoperatively, intraoperatively and postoperatively has remained unchanged for decades. Automating these processes produces tremendous value for all stakeholders.
● Learn stakeholder perspectives on the current processes for orthopedic device management
● Learn immediate and substantive opportunities to utilize innovative technologies for quality improvement in the value-based healthcare paradigm
● Gain knowledge of ripe areas for supply chain improvement, from demand planning to purchase order management