Patient-Specificity Meets Digital Ecosystems As Corin Acquires TKR Robotics Player Omni
Hip and knee replacement challenger firm Corin Group has a big ambition to revolutionize orthopedics with connected digital ecosystems and patient-specific concepts. That aim has come a step closer with its acquisition of robotic-assisted total knee replacement (TKR) company Omni Orthopaedics. Corin's Elvio Gramignano believes this approach will lead to real change in health care delivery.
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