Is MAKO’s cost justiﬁed by the clinical outcomes?
MAKO from Stryker is a robotic orthopedic surgical system used in joint replacement surgeries to achieve highly accurate implant placement. Due to high acquisition and operating costs, health systems must weigh the clinical evidence before adopting this technology.
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- View MAKO’s operational and clinical outcomes compared to manual surgery across three procedure types
- Read our evidence-based adoption recommendations for this technology
- Inform purchasing decisions on a $1M+ outlay