The field of health care doesn’t exactly have a reputation for being an industry where inventors can thrive outside a well-funded research facility. But just as the age of open-source software and 3-D printers has let individual tinkerers “print” everything from sunglasses to shoes and build apps, it also allows them to cook up innovations for doctors and hospitals.

Originally published in Washingtonian’s June 2017 issue. Read more at washingtonian.com.

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