Alphatec revenue spikes 50% in Q1, expects 33% full-year growth: 4 notes

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Spine device company Alphatec reported $44.1 million in first-quarter revenue, an increase of 50 percent compared to the first quarter of 2020.

Four notes:

1. Net loss in the first quarter was $22.9 million, a 10.5 percent greater loss than the prior year.

2. Alphatec expects total revenue for the 2021 fiscal year to be about $190 million, representing an approximate revenue growth of 33 percent compared to 2020.

3. "Market-shaping innovation, integrated with unprecedented intraoperative information, is compelling an increasing number of surgeons and exclusive distributors to partner with [Alphatec]," Chair and CEO Pat Miles said in a May 6 news release.

4. Projected growth will be driven by launches of procedures and products and the rejuvenation of Alphatec's distribution network, the company said.

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