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Orthopedics: Bracing For Change

Executive Summary

Despite ongoing economic pressures, the worldwide orthopedic market grew 3% in 2014, reaching $34.7 billion. Although consolidation continues to cause uncertainty and disruption in this space, manufacturers at this year’s AAOS meeting were upbeat about the future as they brace for changes in the competitive landscape, health care delivery, and reimbursement.

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