EVENT HAS NOW CONCLUDED
March 30-31, 2017 – Baltimore, Maryland
The 3D Medical Applications conference is the most comprehensive, game-changing, meeting of minds for the future of 3D in healthcare.
Held in Baltimore, Maryland, this event brought together thought leaders, experts, engineers, doctors, researchers, and regulators in the field of 3D technology.
3D is progressing by leaps and bounds since its inception nearly 30 years ago, with the last 10 years in particular being transformational in the medical world – setting the stage for a potential 4D future.
While undoubtedly important, 3D printing is far from the only 3D technology that is making waves in healthcare. Delegates learned from end-users about how they apply this disruptive technology to great effect, in ways that are cost-effective, practical and imminently adoptable by providers.
According to a research report from Transparency Market Research, the global market for 3-D printing in medical applications is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.4 percent from 2013 to reach $965.5 million by 2019. Further applications for 3D beyond printing, such as visualization and imaging, are also on the rise. With this ascent come challenges that must be explored, including personalization, precision, pricing, regulation, and material control, among others.
Why did specialists attend?
- They benefitted from the teachings of real-world case studies within hospitals and operating rooms – they saw how peers utilize this disruptive technology to great effect
- They learned from industry thought-leaders on how to improve their expertise and ensure they could excel in the execution of their role
- They shared ideas and experiences with invaluable networking hours to grow their position within the industry
- Most importantly, they took part in game-changing discussions with the people on the front lines for 3D’s steady advance into the medical field
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