In 2004, Medacta International introduced a revolutionary education platform designed to introduce, train, and support surgeons interested in learning the AMIS technique. This program was unlike any other program supported by industry in training surgeons on a technique. The AMIS Educational Program was designed to support surgeons throughout the learning curve required for a new technique. Instead of simply holding cadaver labs then trusting that surgeons were sufficiently trained, Medacta developed the program to insure that adoption of the technique was successful for surgeons and would become part of the regular practice in a safe and effective manner.
11 years after the introduction of the AMIS Educational Program, Medacta is celebrating its 200th AMIS Learning center on October 1st and 2nd in Denver, CO. The night before the 200th AMIS Learning Center, Medacta will be presenting an event on VuMedi at 6pm MDT. This live panel discussion will feature a global faculty, Dr. Frederic Laude (Paris, FR) and Dr. Chien-Wen Liew (Adelaide, AUS), moderated by Dr. Tyler Goldberg (Austin, TX). This event will focus on the how a global education platform has had an impact on a personal level. Finally, on October 2nd and 3rd, Medacta will be hosting the 2nd AMIS Advanced Users Course in Denver. The goal of this course is to bring together surgeons that have been utilizing the AMIS technique beyond the learning curve and provide a venue for discussing expanding patient selection, revision techniques, and utilizing the AMIS technique in an outpatient setting.
Medacta is dedicated to supporting surgeons throughout their growth in adoption of the AMIS technique. In 2016, Medacta will introduce more educational opportunities to the AMIS Educational Program. Training on revision techniques and programs focused on outpatient total joint replacement in hip and knee replacements will be new additions to Medacta’s robust educational platform.
This webcast will be presented on October 1st, 2015 at 6 PM MDT Denver.
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