Hershey

Improving Delivery of Health Care: 3D Printing in Medical

Learn more as Dr. Scott Rader, Stratasys, and Dr. Randy Haluck, Penn State’s Hershey Medical Center, Department of Surgery, discuss how 3D printing can cost-effectively improve care, refine new medical devices or speed advances at every step in the medical value chain from hospital innovation to lab and operating room efficiency, clinical training and education and patient care.

Improving Delivery of Health Care: 3D Printing in Medical

Improving Delivery of Health Care: 3D Printing in Medical

What You'll Learn

In this free 50-minute webinar, we'll discuss:

How 3D printing can help in every step of the medical device value chain:

  • How 3D printing solutions enhance outcomes and economics for hospitals
  • About the versatility of 3D printing in empowering physicians,
    researchers and medical device developers
  • How Hershey Medical Center uses 3D printing for:
  • Research tools: test fixtures
  • Device development with rapid prototyping
  • Surgical planning
  • Training

Who Should Attend?

  • Practicing surgeons and clinicians
  • Hospital design technicians
  • Hospital laboratory and research professionals
  • Operating room staff
  • Clinical training professionals
  • Medical research associates
  • Medical education professionals
  • Medical R&D professionals

Presenters

Randy S. Haluck, M.D
Professor and Chief, Division of Minimally Invasive Surgery and Bariatrics
Vice Chair in Surgery for Technology and Innovation
Penn State’s Hershey Medical Center, Department of Surgery

R. Scott Rader, PhD
General Manager, Medical Solutions
Stratasys