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Articles Tagged "Editor's Choice"

5 Steps to a Collaborative Supplier Agreement

by BONEZONE | Nov 2017

The first step is to candidly discuss three foundational elements for a successful collaborative relationship: trust, transparency and compatibility. This helps both parties to understand to what extent they can build the foundation for their relationship. ... Read more »

China: Do You Need to Revamp Your Customer Channel?

An effective and efficient pathway to customers is important everywhere in orthopaedics, but perhaps nowhere is it more critical and complex than in China. ... Read more »

Coatings Support Early Integration, Infection Prevention

by BONEZONE | Oct 2017

After reviewing company product launches, research and discussions, it's clear that implant coatings are of great interest to orthopaedic professionals.... Read more »

CAPA Notes from an FDA Inspection

by BONEZONE | Oct 2017

Corrective and Preventive Actions or CAPA touches nearly every process in the Quality Management System (QMS). Read insight gained by John Gagliardi while participating in the interactions between the inspector and the medical device manufacturer.... Read more »

Additive Manufacturing Evidence: Industry Advances the Dialogue

by Carolyn LaWell | Sep 2017

A new white paper produced by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers’ (SME) Medical Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing Workgroup offers an evidence-building framework that may be used to conduct studies and set guidelines.... Read more »

DePuy Synthes Adds Hip Replacement Navigation through JointPoint Co-market Agreement

by BONEZONE | Sep 2017

DePuy Synthes entered into an exclusive U.S. agreement with JointPoint to co-market a surgical navigation platform for total hip replacement, beginning in 2H17.... Read more »

CMS Proposes Total Joint Bundled Payment, Outpatient Payment Changes

by BONEZONE | Aug 2017

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released two proposals related to total joint reconstruction that could impact procedure payments. CMS is proposing changes to the bundled payment model for Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement and including ambulatory surgical centers for k... Read more »

Arthroscopy/Soft Tissue Technologies to Watch: 1H17 Funding Recap

by BONEZONE | Jul 2017

Funding announcements that we tracked from orthopaedic companies in 1H17 included eight arthroscopy/soft tissue-related technologies we’d like to highlight because of their novelty and early-stage backing.... Read more »

Elos Medtech’s Advantage Lies in Nimble Approach to Serve Orthopaedic Customers

by BONEZONE | May 2017

As part of its strategy to become a global solutions provider to the medical device industry, Elos Medtech acquired U.S. based Onyx Medical in 2015, effectively establishing a presence in the largest orthopaedic market.... Read more »

FDA 510(k) Insights: March Clearance Highlights

by BONEZONE | Apr 2017

Strategic FDA 510(k)s released in March 2017 include a cannula from AJU Pharm, Bodycad's uni knee, a new company from Surgical Frontiers' portfolio and a revision system from MicroPort Orthopedics.... Read more »

Class II Design Problem Solved with Simulation

by Eric Lintula | Oct 2016

Many articles generalize design controls, but few provide direct application. This article offers a broad overview for engineers and their managers to highlight the milestones of a design process from design request to purchase order, using Finite Element Analysis.... Read more »

How to Register Your Device in Australia

by Chris Mosby | Jul 2016

This article provides a high-level view of how a company can enter the Australian market and leverage their CE Marking in the process.... Read more »

3 Points to Consider from the Long-Awaited EU Medical Device Regulations

by BONEZONE | Jul 2016

The new EU Medical Device Regulations could make it tougher for orthopaedic device manufacturers to do business in Europe.... Read more »

9 Naïve Notions About S&OP

by BONEZONE | Jun 2016

In advance of OMTEC 2016, BONEZONE is looking back at some timeless articles and presentations from previous conferences that energized audiences and equipped attendees with actionable solutions. In this article, Tom Wallace pulls back the curtain on 9 Sales & Operation Planning (S&OP) Myths... Read more »

Applying Supply Chain Best Practices From Other Industries

by Chris Mosby | May 2016

OEMs are now more willing to leverage best practices and solutions from other industries. Those sources of inspiration are as diverse as high-tech, e-commerce and retail. While the highly-regulated nature of the industry presents obstacles to adopting new supply chain practices, increasing pric... Read more »

DFM: Partnerships, Considerations and Whom to Involve

by BONEZONE | May 2016

Design for manufacturability (DFM) is an essential element to the success of new devices from a standpoint of time and cost. Designs must be created with manufacturing in mind, before the design is locked down, to mitigate areas in production that would drive up costs and delay product launch. Howev... Read more »

FDA Releases UDI Education as Deadline Approaches

by BONEZONE | Apr 2016

FDA released a series of resources to help companies understand GUDID submission, UDI labelling regulations and compliance schedules. The resources include slideshow presentations and video interviews with FDA.... Read more »

FDA Releases Final Guidance on Human Factors and Usability Engineering

by BONEZONE | Apr 2016

The Agency released the final guidance on considerations for human factors data in premarket submissions, as well as two draft guidances on the topic.... Read more »

AAOS Conversations Center on CJR and Future of Bundled Payments

by Carolyn LaWell | Mar 2016

The upcoming launch of the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement program fueled Annual Meeting conversations regarding the best response by device companies to bundled payment reimbursement models, including those that extend beyond joint reconstruction. Regulatory, R&D and supply chain folks... Read more »

Zoning In with Orthopaedic Surgeon Entrepreneurs

by BONEZONE | Dec 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

8 Design Control Issues Found During FDA Inspections

by John Gagliardi | Nov 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Big Data Tops FDA’s 2016 Priorities

by Carolyn LaWell | Nov 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

The Fundamentals of a Human Factors Program

by Hannah Corcoran | Oct 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Three Spine Companies Implement New Manufacturing Strategies

by Carolyn LaWell | Sep 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Regulatory Expert Builds Web Tool to Assist Companies with 510(k)s

by Hannah Corcoran | Jul 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Zoning In With Richard Randall

by BONEZONE | May 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

New Software and Manufacturing Techniques Push Custom Implant Expansion

by Hannah Corcoran | May 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Suppliers Consolidate in Response to OEM M&A Activity

by Hannah Corcoran | Mar 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Standard, Sterile and Small: Packaging Trends Focus on Savings and Speed to Market

by Carolyn LaWell | Mar 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Collaboration and Resources Needed to Close Skills Gap in the Orthopaedic Industry

by Hannah Corcoran | Mar 2015

It is often difficult for orthopaedic device manufacturers to fill certain positions, due to the technical requirements and high-level skills needed for the job. Collaboration among stakeholders is necessary to secure qualified workers.... Read more »

You Secured a Utility Patent; Now What about Your Design Patent?

by John W. Boger, Esq. | Mar 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

New Technology Doubles Tissue Life

by BONEZONE | Mar 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Zoning In with Rod Mayer

by BONEZONE | Mar 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Materials a Major Driver in Implant Innovation

by Carolyn LaWell | Feb 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

The Basics: Understanding the Medical Device Single Audit Program

by Robert Packard | Feb 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Compliance Isn’t Accidental: A Case for Management’s Commitment to Quality

by John Gagliardi | Jan 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

ISO 55000 Released to Assist Operations Leaders with Financial Management

by Randy W. Rapin | Jan 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Researchers Study Nanostructures to Allow Biocompatibility Between Metal and Human Bone Tissues

by BONEZONE | Jan 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Conflict Minerals Due Diligence: Strategies for a Successful Second Filing

by Hannah Corcoran | Jan 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Zoning In with Mark Augusti

by BONEZONE | Dec 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Surgeons and CEOs to Deliver Industry Forecasts at ORTHOWORLD Symposium

by BONEZONE | Dec 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

FDA Seeks 21st Century Agility with 510(k)s

by John Gagliardi | Oct 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Can I Make, Use and Sell My Patented Invention? The Answer May Surprise You

by John W. Boger, Esq. | Oct 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Customer Profitability: The Why and How of SG&A Costs

by Doug Hicks | Sep 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Analyzing the Commercial Viability of Additive Manufacturing

by Carolyn LaWell | Sep 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

CMS Proposes Changes to Open Payments

by BONEZONE | Aug 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Choosing Materials in a Shifting Global Regulatory Environment

by BONEZONE | Aug 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Strategic Orthopaedic-related 510(k) Update

by BONEZONE | Aug 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Zoning In with Trent Northcutt

by BONEZONE | Aug 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Suppliers Speak to Economic and Regulatory Challenges in Global Expansion

by BONEZONE | Jul 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Effective Tools for Patent Searches

by BONEZONE | Jul 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

What to Consider When Converting Parts from Machined to Molded

by BONEZONE | Jul 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Survey Finds Half of Surgeons Worldwide Unwilling to Use Generics

by BONEZONE | Jun 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Strategic Orthopaedic-related 510(k) Update

by BONEZONE | May 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Sunshine Act and Beyond: Improving Compliance

by Vahan Minassian | May 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Zoning In with Robert Weigle

by BONEZONE | May 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Design Controls: A 17-Year Learning Curve

by John Gagliardi | May 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Design for Manufacturability: Meeting the Needs of the Missing Customer

by Sean Miller | May 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

FDA Expectations: Overcoming Supply Chain Weaknesses

by Martin Browning | Apr 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Medical Education: A Look at the Future from a Device Perspective

by Stefan Pickartz | Apr 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Five Steps to Regulatory Strategy Development

by Mark D. Kramer, RAC | Mar 2014

Regulatory requirements continue to evolve and become increasingly complex. A solid strategy and execution can maximize opportunity to achieve regulatory goals and provide competitive advantage.... Read more »

Researchers Develop Surface Treatment to Reduce Infection

by BONEZONE | Mar 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Webinar: Making Your Management Review Meetings More Effective

by BONEZONE | Mar 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

CDRH 2014-2015 Priorities Focus on Clinical Trials and PMAs

by BONEZONE | Feb 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Lessons in M&A

by BONEZONE | Dec 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Collaborating with Suppliers in a Changing Landscape

by Stephanie J. Gruenert | Dec 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Defining Innovation

by BONEZONE | Dec 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Postmarket Surveillance and Vigilance: Making Risk-based Decisions

by John Gagliardi | Dec 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Labor Hours or Machine Hours: Which is Preferable?

by Douglas T. Hicks, CPA | Dec 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Company Financials: Orthopaedics and Spine

by Julie Vetalice | Dec 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Zoning In with Todd Andres

by BONEZONE | Dec 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Ace Your Next Test

by BONEZONE | Oct 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Zoning In with Howard Levy

by BONEZONE | Oct 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Measuring and Assessing the Cost of Manufacturing Cells and Lines

by Doug Hicks | Oct 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

A Natural Fix: Absorbable Textiles Improve Reconstruction from the Inside Out

by Todd Blair | Oct 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

FDA Finalizes UDI Requirements

by BONEZONE | Sep 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Postmarket Studies in Lieu of Clinical Trials

A strategic combination of premarket and postmarket clinical studies proactively establishes a process to identify design problems and generate revenue sooner.... Read more »

Imaging in Medical Device Manufacturing

by Tim Kulbago | May 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Case Study: Moist Heat Sterilization of Reusable Device and Tray System

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Lessons Learned From Metal-on-Metal Implants

by Robert Packard | Mar 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

ASTM Names New Standard for Raw Materials

by BONEZONE | Mar 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Spotlight on Argentina

by BONEZONE | Feb 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Entering the Market in Argentina

by BONEZONE | Feb 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Develop Orthopaedic Implants Faster Through Auditing

by Robert Packard | Feb 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Breakthrough in NiTiNOL Use in Implants

by BONEZONE | Feb 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Trademarks vs. Domain Names, Part II: There is a BIG Difference

by John W. Boger, Esq. | Feb 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Rethinking the Role of Clinical Affairs

by Joel Batts | Feb 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Trademarks vs. Domain Names, Part I: There is a BIG Difference

by John W. Boger, Esq. | Dec 2012

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Aerospace Materials and Orthopaedic Applications: Opportunities and Challenges

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

The Global Orthopaedic Supplier Market

by Julie A. Vetalice | Dec 2012

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Selecting an Imaging Contract Research Organization for Orthopaedic Clinical and Preclinical Research

by Brett Hoover, MS | Dec 2012

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Conclusions: The Tipping Point - Orthopaedics and the Vampire Economy

by BONEZONE | Jul 2012

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »