Richard Boddington, Co-Founder & CEO and Edouard Saget, Co-Founder & CEO
In order to enhance patient outcomes, OrthoGrid Systems integrated with the University of Utah Health and launches digital navigation platform for orthopedic techniques.
FREMONT, CA: OrthoGrid Systems, Inc., has decided to partner with the University of Utah, a healthcare system, with the purpose of equipping orthopedic surgeons with the modern technology in surgical precision in order to reduce hospital readmissions and enhance patient outcomes.
The University of Utah Health is the only academic health care system in the Mountain West. The system brings together the excellence in patient care, the advancements in medical research, and teaching to offer leading-edge medicine in a caring and customized setting. The system offers care for Utahns and citizens of five surrounding states in a referral area covering beyond 10 percent of the continental U.S.
OrthoGrid Systems, Inc. offers intraoperative alignment technologies to orthopedic surgery in Asia, North America, and Europe. PhantomMSK, the company’s AI-enabled software and its various applications operates throughout all orthopedic implants in the market for correcting hidden fluoroscopic distortion. Thus, it contributes to lower readmissions and costs, which results in a higher standard of patient care. OrthoGrid Systems, Inc. was also featured as one of the top 10 MedTech Startups — 2019 in MedTech Outlook.
The intelligence-guided systems of OrthoGrid are designed to function within the surgical theatre and interface with the present equipment in the hospital, which reveals fluoroscopic distortion and improves surgical outcomes by providing greater credibility and proficiency.
“Our technology platforms work for all orthopedic implants in the market, easing the onboarding and integration process for surgeons,“ said co-founder and CEO of OrthoGrid, Edouard Saget. “Health systems like University of Utah Health, that are dedicated to quality patient care and enhancing the intraoperative experience for surgeons, make these partnerships possible.”