How Zimmer Biomet is competing in ortho’s data race; Do medical devices carry physics-based biases?
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This week, Liane Teplitsky, vice president and general manager of worldwide robotics at Zimmer Biomet, shares her excitement for the burgeoning data business emerging in orthopedics.

Teplitsky, an engineer who built her medtech career in the cardiac R&D and sales at St. Jude and Abbott, walks us through the interconnected offerings of Zimmer’s ZBEdge suite of digital and robotics technologies.

We also speak with Achuta Kadambi, assistant professor to the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering, about a column he contributed to Science suggesting physics may be causing medical devices to perform at varying levels in people of different races.

Kadambi explains his own work in the field and suggests how medical device developers may want to move forward in the future.

Go here to read the MDO article on this topic and find the link to the Science column. https://www.medicaldesignandoutsourcing.com/ucla-prof-racial-bias-in-medical-devices-based-in-physics/

Chris Newmarker of MassDevice reports on another SPAC ATTACK in this week’s Newsmarker’s Newsmakers – Siemens Healthineers, Varian, Zoll, Respicardia, Endologix, PQ Bypass, Vicarious Surgical, Medline Industries.

And find out what happened to that chicken....

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