How Johnson & Johnson plans to grow orthopedic, spine robotics in the next 24 months
By Admin | September 26, 2019
Johnson & Johnson is looking to robotics and digital surgery to drive future innovation and growth in the healthcare and orthopedics space.
The company has made key acquisitions in the robotics space over the past few years, including the up to $5.75 billion purchase of Auris earlier this year, and Monarch, a minimally invasive technology to obtain lung biopsies. The company also brought on Fred Moll, MD, a founder of robotics company Intuitive and Auris, to lead its robotics efforts.
For more information please read, How Johnson & Johnson plans to grow orthopedic, spine robotics in the next 24 months, by Becker's Spine Review.