AI is changing orthopedics. Here's how.

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Artificial intelligence has become one of the biggest buzzwords in healthcare. Here's what three orthopedic surgeons think about the evolution of AI in orthopedics. 

David Garelick, MD. Orthopedic Surgeon at the Illinois Bone & Joint Institute (Chicago): I am excited to see how AI will continue to impact how we practice medicine in 2024. In talking with my tech colleagues, they have never seen anything evolve so quickly. While innovation is important, as physicians, we are going to have to monitor this closely and make sure the appropriate "guardrails" are in place.

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Brian Grawe, MD. Orthopedic Surgeon at the University of Cincinnati: The biggest trend in orthopedics right now is the arms race that is artificial intelligence. This arms race includes better, more efficient delivery of patient care, as well as decreasing the cost burden of medical care. I believe that harnessing the power of AI will allow surgeons to better meet the expectations of their patients, more effectively communicate about the point of care options, and ultimately maximize the work flow of getting patients in the door and out the door. We are at the tip of the iceberg and the ceiling is high.

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Vishal Khatri, MD. Orthopedic Surgeon at Alliance Orthopedics (Bloomfield, Freehold, Fair Lawn, East Brunswick, Old Bridge and Randolph, N.J.): Technology, like robotics and augmented reality, is here and will continue to evolve over the next several years. However, the most significant technological advancement in orthopedics will be artificial intelligence. AI technology will transform the patient experience in all phases of care.

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