Marc Mackey is general manager and senior vice president of Enabling Technologies at Enovis, where he leads strategy, marketing, R&D, and commercialization of the Enovis portfolio of artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and robotics surgical technologies. Mackey has more than 25 years of experience in surgical enabling technologies in neurosurgery, ENT, spine, and orthopedics, with a focus on surgical navigation, robotics, medical imaging AI, augmented reality, and healthcare cloud. Prior to joining Enovis, Mackey was executive vice president at Surgalign, where he led R&D and marketing for augmented reality and imaging AI technologies, and led strategy and commercialization for robotics and digital surgery as vice president of global marketing at Smith+Nephew. Earlier in his career, Mackey had diverse and international roles at Brainlab, including as general manager of the Orthopedic Joint Reconstruction business unit. He earned his B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from Purdue University, and a M.S. in Bioengineering from University of California, San Diego.
Wednesday April 24, 2024
Enabling Success: A Discussion of the New Technologies Transforming Orthopedics
Data-driven, AI-assisted, minimally invasive surgical technologies are revolutionizing the orthopedic device landscape. These enabling technologies include navigational systems, AR/VR equipment, robotic surgery solutions, among other offerings. What impact are these solutions having on the industry today? What will the impact be tomorrow? How will they change procedural techniques? What are the most important considerations when developing them? This panel discussion will tackle an array of questions around enabling technologies and what their future holds.
Moderated by David Sheppard