Can S+N’s Aria open up ASC ortho market? Wall Street’s take on Coyle’s departure, Medtronic’s HVAD
In this week’s podcast, Chris Newmarker, executive editor of life sciences, speaks with Laura Rector, Smith + Nephew’s vice president of ambulatory surgery centers and digital health, about the company’s ARIA care management platform.
The system uses 3D imaging, artificial intelligence and other tools to help patients recover more quickly from large joint replacement surgery. What’s next for the ortho leader?
Meanwhile, Kaila Krum, managing director of Truist Securities, delivers insights on two major stories of the week – the decision by Mike Coyle to leave the CEO post at iRhythm and Medtronic’s decision to pull its Heartware HVAD off the shelves.
Those two stories topped this week’s Newmarker’s Newsmakers, which also include items featuring Abbott, Abiomed and the FDA.
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