February 2017  
"We will continue to see the creation of new tools, implants and techniques derived from advances in additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, as well as the ongoing integration of computers and robotic systems into surgical practice."
Orthopaedic device companies seeking to capitalize on the trends of outsourcing and alternative payments would be best suited to target progressive hospitals. 

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