Over the past two decades, the medical device industry has experienced widespread change as a result of personalization. The impact of 3D printing and related technologies has become so compelling that both patients and clinicians are actively exploring their options and seeking patient-specific implants, instrumentation and surgical planning solutions.
The more personalized approaches are adopted, the more benefits we discover:
Direct impact on surgeon burnout and talent shortages.
Rethinking of siloed processes that previously slowed pre-op planning.
Streamlining of compliance and other administrative tasks.
So, how can device manufacturers take advantage of this growing global healthcare opportunity?
A good place to start is our new e-book. It explores practical solutions for developing successful personalized device offerings. Learn how new 3D printing technologies are expediting care for patients, easing the administrative burden on surgeons and giving clinicians more time and freedom to do what they do best—improve the lives of their patients.