Globus Medical, a company based in Audubon that specializes in products and technology used in musculoskeletal and spine injuries, acquired Nemaris Inc., a company that develops and markets surgical planning software.
Dave Demski, the CEO of Globus, said the acquisition of Nemaris and its Surgimap platform — which allows health care professionals to simulate potential surgical outcomes and share medical imaging globally — will boost his company’s efforts to advance computer-assisted surgery, with the goal of improving patient outcomes, writes John George in the Philadelphia Business Journal.
New York spine surgeon and Nemaris co-founder Dr. Frank Schwab believes the partnership of the two companies will produce terrific benefits to surgeons who are interested in less invasive robotic and navigation-based procedures.
The combination of companies will bring “enormous benefit to the entire spine community.
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