The Lattice (Official 3DHEALS Podcast)

Orthopedic Surgery in the Era of Industry 4.0 - An Interview with Carlsmed CEO Mike Cordonnier

May 24, 2020 Mike Cordonnier, CEO Carlsmed
The Lattice (Official 3DHEALS Podcast)
Orthopedic Surgery in the Era of Industry 4.0 - An Interview with Carlsmed CEO Mike Cordonnier
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The Lattice (Official 3DHEALS Podcast)
Orthopedic Surgery in the Era of Industry 4.0 - An Interview with Carlsmed CEO Mike Cordonnier
May 24, 2020
Mike Cordonnier, CEO Carlsmed

Have a complex spine problem? Mike Cordonnier from Carlsmed may have an answer for you. While orthopedic surgeons are no strangers to virtual pre-operative surgical planning, it is a different challenge to also provide a patient-specific implant to fit into the patient, rather than molding patient to fit the device. In this interview with our upcoming 3DHEALS2020 speaker, Mike and I discussed how his company aims to realize medical imaging to patient-specific surgical plan and device, leveraging AI, cloud computing, data, and additive manufacturing (or 3D printing). We also touched upon how the ongoing COVID19 pandemic will change the future of surgery. 


Mike Cordonnier is CEO and co-founder of Carlsmed, a San Diego based Med Tech company. Carlsmed’s Corra system utilizes predictive analytics to create patient-specific surgical plans and 3d printed implants to improve patient outcomes for spine surgery.  Mike has held various leadership roles for large MedTech companies NuVasive, Zimmer Biomet, and Orchid Orthopedics as well as early-stage startups Ellipse Technologies and X-Spine Systems.  Mike is passionate about leveraging technology to improve patient outcomes and decrease the cost of healthcare.  Mike has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Dayton. Mike will be a speaker for 3DHEALS2020 Orthopedic Panel.

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Show Notes

Have a complex spine problem? Mike Cordonnier from Carlsmed may have an answer for you. While orthopedic surgeons are no strangers to virtual pre-operative surgical planning, it is a different challenge to also provide a patient-specific implant to fit into the patient, rather than molding patient to fit the device. In this interview with our upcoming 3DHEALS2020 speaker, Mike and I discussed how his company aims to realize medical imaging to patient-specific surgical plan and device, leveraging AI, cloud computing, data, and additive manufacturing (or 3D printing). We also touched upon how the ongoing COVID19 pandemic will change the future of surgery. 


Mike Cordonnier is CEO and co-founder of Carlsmed, a San Diego based Med Tech company. Carlsmed’s Corra system utilizes predictive analytics to create patient-specific surgical plans and 3d printed implants to improve patient outcomes for spine surgery.  Mike has held various leadership roles for large MedTech companies NuVasive, Zimmer Biomet, and Orchid Orthopedics as well as early-stage startups Ellipse Technologies and X-Spine Systems.  Mike is passionate about leveraging technology to improve patient outcomes and decrease the cost of healthcare.  Mike has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Dayton. Mike will be a speaker for 3DHEALS2020 Orthopedic Panel.

Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=STF9STPYVE2GG&source=url)