Axial3D, the medical 3D Printing Solutions Company announced recently that it has partnered with Corazon, Inc., a national leader in program development for the Heart and Vascular, Neuroscience, Spine, and Orthopaedic service lines. This exciting new partnership will allow the company to bring even more value to hundreds of its customers across the world.
Corazon’s specialised healthcare expertise alongside with Axial3D’s expert medical 3D printing platform will enable its customers to get market-leading support when implementing 3D modelling programs into their service line offerings. This comes at a critical time as many hospitals across the country begin to restart surgical services and tackle the backlog caused by COVID-19.
Corazon is a leader in providing the strategic, clinical, operational, market, and financial expertise necessary to develop a truly outstanding specialty program, regardless of the existing scope of services. Corazon has also capitalised on this expertise to provide leading recruitment, interim management, and accreditation services to their clients.
3D printed models are transformative tools for any hospital working to restart its surgical services following the COVID 19 interruption and to tackle the backlog of elective surgeries. The following chart shows how Axial3D is producing real savings from planning right through to recovery for you right now and how Corazon can help to realise the value of these savings at a hospital scale by building their use into a new standard of care protocols.
Axial3D has been constantly working towards offering unique solutions to its customers. The company also recently announced its partnership with Fast Radius, a leading provider of digital manufacturing solutions, to provide a high-quality, high-volume and unparalleled-speed ‘DICOM-to-print’ service for surgeons and hospitals across North America.
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