Transatlantic current Concepts
Over the years, Hip and Knee Arthroplasty has become more common.
This is because of the advances in technology, the increase in obesity rates during the past decade, the aging of the population and
the increase of procedures in younger patients.
How we find the balance between proven quality, safety, innovation, cost and to deal with the future developments is the major challenge. This is a challenge we have to tackle together.
Trans-Atlantic Current Concepts in Hip and Knee Arthroplasty will equip the Orthopedic Surgeons and collaborating providers, institutions, manufacturers, payers, and patients with knowledge of the best practice for Hip and Knee Arthroplasty now and in the future.
That way we can ensure the safety and quality for patients
We must stay current by embracing evidence-based and emerging techniques as well as future efficiency and digitization to reduce recovery time and improve patient outcomes.