We are transforming orthopedic surgery.

Orthopedic surgery is data intensive.

Orthopedic surgeons interpret over 1 billion intraoperative imaging-based data points every year. Intraoperative imaging is used to make critical surgical decisions, decisions that can prevent surgical failure and impact patient outcomes.

Despite the volume of intraoperative imaging-based data and the impact to patient outcomes:

  • A mere 20% of orthopaedic procedures receive digital assistance; but
  • Research suggests that patient outcomes have the potential to improve dramatically with digital support systems.

OrthoGrid is creating the next evolution of digital orthopedic surgery.

Our technology platform brings the power of surgical-data science to orthopedic surgery. By helping orthopedic surgeons process critical intraoperative imaging data more accurately and efficiently in real-time, we are working to:

  • Optimize surgical workflows and reduce operating time.
  • Augment image interpretation and enhance surgical outcomes.
  • Maximize the value equation for hospitals, surgery centers, and surgeons and improve patient satisfaction.

"OrthoGrid's platforms have gained notoriety across the global healthcare landscape based on its position as an intraoperative solution for surgeons to make better decisions in the operating room."

Jeremy Gililland, MD, Joint Replacement Specialist

Jeremy Gililland, MD, Joint Replacement Specialist

OrthoGrid technology is designed to contribue to the value-based healthcare model for hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers:

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Orthopedic surgeons have reported significant operative and fluoroscopic time savings using OrthoGrid technology to assist with component positioning and limb alignment.

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OrthoGrid's computer-assisted navigation platform corrects for fluoroscopic distortion, an invisible factor that has the potential to negatively impact surgical outcomes.

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With digital and analog devices, OrthoGrid offers economic and affordable solutions to both hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers using technology already available in every OR.